The neon is part of a fish series, of which I have another one and a half painted (out of a planned eleven.) A lot of my paintings use solid, hard-edged color fields with very little blending, which is a technique I've been playing with for a while now. My drawings, by contrast, are typically black & white pen drawings w/ lots of fiddly detail stuff, though I do do the occasional colored pencil sketch of some of my aliens, like the Yuaknari on the right below.
Some of my stuff:
My sculptures tend to be Stupidly Big, which means they take me a long, long time. This also means there aren't so many of them. The last big thing I did was a griffin which was on display (poorly) at Noreascon IV and (much more nicely) at Arisia in 2006.
I get out a lot of creative energies in my home and garden. For some examples, not long ago I finished painting the Bayeux tapestry as a border in my bathroom, and I'm building a stone wall at the edge of my yard.
As I said above, art isn't finding much time in my life right now, which is sort of depressing. It's my hope that once the insanity of having two two-year-old kids underfoot has passed, I'll be able to establish much more of a routine with my creative efforts, perhaps dedicating several months a year to non-writing projects. There's still probably many years to go before I reach that point, though.