Workshop in Wyoming

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  April 14, 2014  After a long hard winter (in many places, though here in Wyoming we had a fairly agreeable winter), spring is emerging.  As I seem to be solar powered, I am happy for extra daylight hours – … Continued

Get ’em while they’re hot!

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March 27, 2014    It appears that small works are the rage.  Recently I have had lots of interest and numerous sales of my SMALL WORKS.  Initially my small works begin as studies for larger works, working on color and composition. … Continued

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 … Continued

New Representation in Sedona

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December 11, 2013  I am very excited to announce new gallery representation for me in Sedona, AZ at the James Ratliff Gallery, www.jamesratliffgallery.com.  While visiting Flagstaff and Sedona in October, I prowled the town for  possible potential galleries to approach. … Continued

Magnolia Triptych

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  Posted November 8, 2013  Though I have been concentrating on landscapes for several years, now and again I reach back into my Asian brush painting roots and pull out a floral subject.  This painting started as one panel and … Continued

Of Bugs and Men

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new post 9/3/13 – Summer is quite busy in Jackson Hole but I managed to get a series of small works painted while I was at our favorite spot in the mountains, the Darwin Ranch, fifteen 4″ x 5″ works, … Continued