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Tabiona Sky, Painting in Progress

I’m making some real progress with Tabiona Sky. It won’t be long now! In terms of a metaphor to human anatomy; I’m finished with the bones and the muscles, now it’s time for the skin. Winter has just started and I’m already daydreaming of the desert in spring. I can almost feel the warmth of the…

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Path of Light

Unveiling my new drawing! “Path of Light”Gold leaf, ink, watercolor, and coffee on paper. 26×40″This is a special piece to me. The juniper and sheep skull are from an area where my grandfather like to spend as much time as possible—a place he held close to his heart. I remember being out there with him, sitting in…

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Bristlecone Pines & Canyons

On the precipice of one of the tallest cliffs in America, thousands of feet above the desert floor, my thoughts and vision become crystal. I can almost see the future perched on the edge of the wondrous and horrifying canyon below me. The sky above me and the ancient Bristlecone Pines to each side reassure…

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Thrive 125 Catalog

Thrive 125’s selected works are now published on their website! The Utah Department of Cultural and Community Engagement and Thrive 125 partnered with the Utah Division of Arts & Museums to choose the work of thirteen artists—to celebrate all the people who have shaped this state. I’m very honored to have the state of Utah…

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Golden Land

New drawing!–Out on the mountain with coyotes, I realign with my natural rhythm; hike all day, draw in the evening, sleep under the moon and stars. My life was like this for a few days, not nearly long enough. Is it ever enough time? No matter how long I spend out of the desert, out…

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