Wyoming Watercolor Society annual exhibition

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June 28, 2014   I am excited to announce that both of these paintings have recently been juried into the Watercolor Wyoming 29th Annual National Exhibition.  The exhibition will be at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan, WY from … Continued

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