Keebler Elves in my studio?

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February 17, 2016  I find that many people are very curious about my studio – what does it look like?  How do I work? Are there Keebler elves there?  7 Dwarves?  Since pictures are worth a thousand words, here is … Continued

How did my paintings evolve?

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January 12, 2016  I have been asked several times how, or why, I arrived at my current painting style.  Usually I give the short answer, but here I can explain in more detail.  Having begun my painting explorations some 33 … Continued

New “Horizons”

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December 23rd, 2015  A recent road trip to Arizona has energized me to branch out and explore new landscape “horizons”.  Since I so often paint skies, this has become the consistent thread that ties most of my paintings together, regardless … Continued

Fall Frenzy in the Studio

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    OCTOBER 15, 2015  September is always a busy month for artists and art lovers in Jackson Hole.  I participated in the annual Quick Draw on the town square – 30 artists create a piece from start to finish in … Continued

My first known landscape

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These are the only pieces that I have of any of my own childhood artwork.  First one was a Christmas card to my parents when I was perhaps 8 years old. I guess I was destined to be a landscape artist!   And … Continued

“Best Wyoming Artist” award

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Wow, what a great surprise to open my email yesterday to discover I was awarded the Best Wyoming Artist award at the Watercolor Wyoming 30th Annual National Exhibit this year, which is hanging at Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.  … Continued