“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.”
-Henry Ward Beecher

Available Works

Here are my current available paintings. Please click on the images to enlarge, and contact me with any questions.
Thanks for looking!
~ Commissions welcomed

A Few of my Favorite Things

30×30
$1,600

Backlight over Kebler

30×12
$975

Woods Walk

30×30
$1,600

Poppies in Paradise

10×8
$375

Upon a Favorite Hike

8×8
$375

Spring Aspen & Wildflower

6×8
$295

The Lupine Trail

36×48
$3,800

Into The Forest

20×60
$2,400

Variations In Blues

36×36
$2,100

Evening Reflections

10×10
$450

Northwest Reflections II

30×40
$1,500

Aspen Wildflower Meadow

30×30
$1,600

Evening Reflections

36×36
$2,100

Spring Aspen

30×30
$1,400

Sunflower II

6×8
$65 (Metal Print)

Sunflower I

6×8
$65 (Metal Print)

Summer Aspens

36×36
$2,100

The Three Amigas

6×8
$65 (Metal Print)

Sunflowers Backlit

8×8
$75 (Metal Print)

Sunflower Still Life

6×8
$65 (Metal Print)

Sunflower en Plein Air

6×8
$65 (Metal Print)

Efflorescent Peonies

40×60
$3,600

Cynthia’s Sneeze weed

16×16
$675

Summer Aspen Light

24×36
$1,500

Previous Works

A Few of my Favorite Things

30×30
$1,600

Purple Lilies on Blues

24×48
$2,100

Sunflowers #17

7×5
$275

Upon a Favorite Hike

18×18
$775

Spring Aspen

6×22
$675

CB Summertime

36×36
$2,800

Winter Palette

36×36
$2,100

Fall Splendor

9×12
$475

CB Summertime

30×30
$1,600

Winter Paradise Divide

8×10
$395

Pink Lily Reflections

30×30
$1,600

Autumn Brilliance

16×12
$725

Northeast Reflections

30×40
$1,900

A Few of my Favorite Things

30×30
$1,600

Entrance To Woods Walk

20×20
$825

Backlight on Woods Walk

6×8
$295

Evenings Glory II

30×30
$1,400

A Day at the Beach

30×30
$1400

Biography


I began oil painting in 2004, under the guidance of local Crested Butte artist, John Ingham. Having never painted before, John first helped me begin to change the way I perceive things in nature like form, shadow, color and values. I realized there was so much more going on than what I had originally perceived.

To be able to capture some of this on canvas quickly became a desire and a goal. The more I learned, the more eager I was to try and apply what I was beginning to understand. Having grown up writing, I realized most of what I wrote about was my impressions of nature; light, color, form, mood. When John first asked why I wanted to paint, I realized it was for the same reasons I had wanted to write. Simply put, it was to attempt to express what I saw and felt in Nature.

“Only through art can we get outside of ourselves and know another’s view of the universe.”

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