The Capitol

Enjoy my mixed media rendition of stormy weather over the United States Capitol building, in Washington D.C.. The texture and vibrant blue sky make this digital artwork a popular selection on a variety on available product types…

Software used: Adobe Photoshop & Filter Forge

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Confirm Kavanaugh Bumper Sticker

Confirm Kavanaugh Bumper Sticker

Show your support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be confirmed to the Supreme Court with this nice bumper sticker. Printed with water-resistant ink that won’t fade or run. Made from durable vinyl with a strong adhesive back that will hold up under the most severe of conditions.

Political Spin

Political Spin

Enjoy this textured graphic design denoting political spin, featuring the U.S. Capitol building rotating in a clockwise direction through use of the droste effect. Guests are invited to visit my galleries at Zazzle, Society 6, Redbubble and Cafepress to discover a wide assortment of products available print on demand. Here are a few examples…

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United States Capitol Building Art Board

United States Capitol Building Art Board

Available in 6″, 8″ and 10″ (featured here) square sizes, this patriotic US Capitol art board is professionally printed on watercolor textured 4-ply substrate and comes individually wrapped in a cellophane sleeve. Movable artwork, it’s easily applied to walls with 3M velcro dots (4 supplied per board – please apply and remove with care). Enjoy!

Storm Over The Capitol Gallery Board

Storm Over The Capitol Gallery Board

Available in three sizes (here, large measures 10″ by 10″), this Storm Over The Capitol gallery board is an inexpensive opportunity to decorate your living spaces with movable artwork. Professionally printed on watercolor textured 4-ply art boards & easily applied to walls with 3M velcro dots (4 supplied per board – please apply and remove with care). Individually wrapped in cellophane sleeves. Enjoy!

SCOTUS Justice Nomination Must Be Delayed

The fact of the matter is that it’s been standard practice over the last nearly 80 years that Supreme Court nominees are not nominated and confirmed during a presidential election year. Given the huge divide in the country, and the fact that this President, above all others, has made no bones about his goal to use the courts to circumvent Congress and push through his own agenda, it only makes sense that we defer to the American people who will elect a new president to select the next Supreme Court Justice.

Charles Grassley (Chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee)

Source – Judiciary panel chair: Wait on Court until after election (scotusblog.com)