Song of Wyoming

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March 17, 2024  As most of you know by now, but some may not – my painting, Song of Wyoming, was chosen as the winner of the Spirit of Wyoming art competition, sponsored by Jackson Hole Still Works and the … Continued

A Year in Color

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  I’ve created another e-book for you to enjoy at your leisure.  Grab a cup of tea and take your time viewing your own personal gallery, and remember: “Take time to do what makes your soul happy”.   Click on this … Continued

From Inspiration to Painting

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I am often asked how an idea becomes a painting. (Sometimes it is a mystery even to me!)  Since I am better with pictures than words, I will let this booklet give you a peek into my process. View the … Continued


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                                Updated February 20, 2023  (originally posted October 2, 2020)  POLLINATOR PROJECT (I hope worth the read):    In August 2020 I learned of the  … Continued

Blown Away

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June 20, 2022   BLOWN AWAY – almost.  The Plein Air Fest at the National Museum of Wildlife Art is always – almost – quite a fun time.  In order to give the artists their best shot at a high quality … Continued

Out On A Limb

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          December 22, 2021  Every now and again an artist goes out on a limb.  That is what I am doing, again, at this time in my artistic career.  First you knew me as a traditional … Continued

You Can Take It With You

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October 12, 2021 Need a moment to relax? Watch this up close video-look at the surface of my encaustic (molten beeswax) painting titled You Can Take It With You. It is truly a mixed media creation, with bugs, bits and … Continued

Lots going on here!

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April 21, 2021  A lot to share here as I haven’t posted since January. Nearly a year has passed since I painted “I Dreamed I Was Flying” – dreaming of flying kept us sane this past year. Much of my … Continued