Algernon’s Art Annex

Algernon Sakiestewa Jr. is our resident artist specializing in Digital Illustration and Concept Art. Algernon’s designs are based on character and landscape portraits in comic art styles incorporating hints of realistic features. His personal preferences lean toward post-apocalyptic, dystopian, and macabre themes – however, he is artistically versatile and will work with you to create artistic environments that align with your personal style.

Marketing design services are available for entrepreneurs, authors, and musicians to create artwork that aligns with their mission & vision and connects with their audience. If a picture is worth a thousand words, it has the power to express knowledge, history and philosophy. Algernon will work with you one-on-one, offering insight where needed, and carry your vision from concept to finished design.

For those who are looking for custom artwork to decorate a home or office, Algernon has over 20 years of experience working with various mediums, including acrylics, inks, and markers on canvas and wood. He can create beautiful, customized artwork that will match your home or office’s color scheme, theme and mood.


Concept Design

  • Digital Artwork Commissions:  Artwork using digital design tools that can be electronically distributed for the purpose of printing, blogging, inclusion in film, social media, or other electronic media.
  • Physical Artwork Commissions: Artwork using art mediums such as ink, pencils, and paint on canvas or wood.

Album & Logo Design

  • Album Cover Art Commissions:  Artwork created for music albums, such as vinyl/CD sleeves and album inserts.
  • Logo Creation:  Logo design concepts and final vector creation.

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Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday: 10:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday: Closed

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