WINTERSCAPES: painting winter beauty

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January 11, 2014  Happy New Year!  We had such a fun time cross country skiing recently at Turpin Meadows Ranch near Jackson Hole.  I  was explaining to someone that before we moved to Jackson I never liked paintings of winter – too cold and dreary.  But Jackson Hole definitely changed my mind and has inspired lots of winter paintings from my studio.  🙂

SILENT SNOW 16 x 24, watercolor and gouache on silver shikishi.  I am loving white on white on silver lately.
SILENT SNOW 16 x 24, watercolor and gouache on silver shikishi. I am loving white on white on silver lately.
MORNING SUN OVER TARGHEE  10 x 11  watercolor and gouache on gold shikishi  This painting of a snowy sunrise was inspired by a photo sent to me by a client.  It can really look like this impressionistic painting sometimes!
MORNING SUN OVER TARGHEE 10 x 11 watercolor and gouache on gold shikishi This painting of a snowy sunrise was inspired by a photo sent to me by a client. It can really look like this impressionistic painting sometimes!