Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition

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Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition 2020: February 20 – August 13.  My painting “Winter Sun” was chosen to be one of 70 works (from 340 submissions) by Wyoming artists to be exhibited in this biennial exhibit in the newly renovated Wyoming … Continued

A Painting in Progress

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November 20, 2019  Here is a series of photos (please excuse the casual quality) of my most recent mulit-layered painting titled Aspen Gold.  It is an unusual process so I thought you might be interested in the “building blocks” of … Continued

A PLEASANT SURPRISE

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July 29, 2019  First Place Award in the Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Exhibit at the Sublette County (WY) Fair. I entered a few paintings in the Sublette County Fair art show (which is a memorial show for an artist named … Continued

A little secret…

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May 21, 2019 I’ll let you in on a little secret – not every attempt at a painting is successful.  Usually it is.  But there are mishaps along the way.  I have stashed many a painting in a special drawer … Continued

At The Edge

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April 12, 2019  Most of my paintings are of vast landscapes but now and again I choose to focus on just a portion of the whole view.  This is one such painting.  I love the interaction of the fluid paints … Continued

Winter White

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February 18, 2019  Most of you know that I usually paint very colorful paintings, usually landscapes.  But sometimes it is very soothing, calming and tranquil to paint (and view) a monochromatic painting.  Winter of course is the best time to … Continued

ART FOR OPEN SPACES

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Art for Open Spaces:  Jackson Hole Land Trust debuts four-season paintings from protected properties By Julie Kukral Jackson Hole Daily     Dec 12, 2018 https://www.jhnewsandguide.com/jackson_hole_daily/local/article_57774c08-57a0-5201-901c-c59e43f27588.html

Quick Draw was a success

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September 15, 2018  The weather was uncharacteristically fabulous, and I was pleased with my painting as well. (I thought it got away from me a few times but I “reeled” it back in.)  And it got a good price at … Continued