Artistic License check

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July 14, 2017   I have been asked (by the inner me) to produce my “Artistic License”.  It proves that I am an artist that is “entitled to stretch the truth, bend the rules and push the boundaries while performing … Continued

View22: Field Studies

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June 30, 2017  I have been honored to join a group of artists asked by the Jackson Hole Land Trust to focus on various properties protected by the Land Trust.  The project will culminate in an exhibition and sale at … Continued

Best of Show – Woohoo!!!

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May 31, 2017    Going to the mailbox yesterday was a fun surprise – I got a letter telling me that my painting “Three’s A Crowd” got BEST IN SHOW at the Wyoming Watercolor Society’s small works exhibition this month. … Continued

from Inspiration to Execution

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Here are some examples of how I turn my inspiration into a finished painting.  Shown is the photo I took that eventually became the painting, below the photo.  My approach is to isolate what impresses and excites me the most, … Continued

My Alter Ego in the Studio

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January 24, 2017  Wow, first post of the new year, and it is a big one.  It is a little scary – I am introducing my “alter ego” for the first time.  First let me tell you that I am … Continued

The Artists Field Guide to Greater Yellowstone

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October 24, 2017  Why did I choose “Thermophylic Bacteria” as my painting subject, to be included in the upcoming book The Artists Field Guide to Greater Yellowstone?  Because it gave me the opportunity to paint more Yellowstone hot springs paintings, … Continued

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