Unveiling!

Unveiling! Rockwell Ranch Juniper Oil on linen, 48×48″ [Sold] My art is not just a picture of the desert, my work is a representation of the desert. It is a reflection of an experience, a meld of past and present experiences. I seek to transcend what can be physically seen, and convey my emotional response…

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Memorial Day Thoughts

A day of billowing storm clouds, twisted junipers, wind and the ceaseless movement of the dunes… I see continuity and equivalency between my own life experience and the cycle of life and death playing out around me. I spent my childhood in the desert camping and hiking with my late father, where he had spent…

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Yucca Mountain

“We are the most dangerous species of life on the planet, and every other species, even the earth itself, has cause to fear our power to exterminate. But we are also the only species which, when it chooses to do so, will go to great effort to save what it might destroy.” – Wallace Stegner…

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Making my Surface

The process; before the paint goes down: I’d like to share a little insight into how I prepare my painting surface. I like to start from scratch, some of the finest Belgian linen, aluminum composite board, and a stinky soup called rabbit skin glue…add blood, sweat, and tears.  

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Park City Library Exhibition

Great news! I’ve been selected for an exhibition at the Park City Library! Perched high in the Mountains of Utah in a historic and architecturally stunning building, it is a perfect fit for my art! I’m honored to show my work in this amazing space that promotes and fosters education. It was constructed in 1928,…

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Spring Salon

Awesome news! My petite drawing, Roots, will be featured in the Springville Museum of Art’s 95th Spring Salon, opening, April 24th. This show is a Utah gem that brings together the state’s foremost Painters, Sculptors, and Multimedia artists.  I didn’t have a painting available to offer them this year, so I’m flattered they included the little…

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