Mark’s Art and Design

Mark has been creating automotive art and designing cars for more than 35 years.  He is a graduate and former instructor of the Art Center College of Design  and worked as a professional designer for Saab and Honda.  He is an automotive enthusiast, a motorsports fan, and  expresses this passion through his art.

Mark prefers to create his art by hand utilizing the skills and techniques he has perfected over the years. He feels that drawing and painting by hand using traditional artistic media gives a unique quality to his art and offers better  overall value than computer generated images.  That may sound a bit “old school,” but according to Mark, that’s the point.

Mark’s art spans a wide range of automotive topics that includes production cars (past and present), hot rods, custom cars, racing cars and  concept vehicles of his own design. Although cars are his primary focus, he has an interest in all types of transportation vehicles including futuristic ones.

If you are looking for high quality automotive art or would like Mark to consult on your design project contact us today.


1973 SAAB 95 V4 Station Wagon

This car received a complete mechanical restoration, extensive frame and sheet metal repairs and a long list of performance upgrades.  In order to accommodate a larger radiator (with twin electric fans) and give additional clearance for air conditioning equipment, the front panel and hood were extended forward approximately three inches. This required many hours of custom fabrication and carful sculpting of the sheet metal panels to maintain the factory look of the car. The car features a performance tuned 1700 V4 motor with 120 hp, gas shocks (with our rear tube-shock upgrade), Sonett III aluminum wheels, and high-performance stainless steel headers and exhaust system.

1968 Sonett V4 known as “Fast Freddy”

This Sonett V4 has a race-tuned 150 hp 1700 V4 engine, sedan gearing, a Sonett III floor shifter, lots of suspension and body upgrades and extremely wide wheels and tires. This car was recently painted and work is in progress to replace the interior upholstery and carpeting.

1972 Sonett III

This car received a full mechanical restoration and a full tilting front hood assembly. It is equipped with a performance tuned 130 hp 1700 V4 motor, front frame stiffeners, Koni adjustable shocks, a moon roof, and new interior upholstery. The front and rear bumpers are fiberglass reproduction parts.