"It is all about the arranging of marks on a surface, 

and the creation of an abstracted version of reality, with

the suggestion of things that are unseen, but felt."



 I invite you to read a recent interview in The Artist's Road.




Sevier River, 24" x 24"
Rocky Mountain Ranch, March, 30" x 30"
Autumn Pears, 11" x 11"
Western Ranch, Winter, 30" x 30"
Summer Fruit, 8" x 8"
West Fields, August, 18" x 18"
Pears and Blue Bowl, 8.75" x 15"
Red Anjou Pears, 12" x 12"
September Storm, 12" x 27"
Spring Pastures, 5.5" x 5.5"
Desert Wash, 18" x 18"
East Desert, 24" x 24"
Afternoon Sun, 12" x 12"
Small Bowl of Pears, 9" x 12"
Three Anjou Pears, 7.75" x 12"
Christmas Day, 12" x 12"


Corbett Ranch, Early Morning, 18" x 36"


Mountain Pasture, 24" x 48"


Approaching Spring, 12" x 12"

Edge of the Cedars, 24" x 48"

Red Cap, 4.25" x 8.5"

Autumn Pears, 9" x 12"

Canning Pears, 10" x 23"

Clearing Pasture, 7" x 7"

Edge of Town, 30" x 30"

First Light, 12" x 12"

Late Autumn Rains, 18 x 18"

Mid March, 20 x 20

Plums, 12" x 12"

Ranch in the Cedars, 18" x 18"

Spring Storm, Mapleton, 29.5" x 48"
Lambing Shed, 15" x 15"
Broken Fences, 18" x 18"

Red Rocks and Distant Mesas, 20" x 40"

Silver Light - Hillside, 10" x 10"

Twin Silos, 24" x 24"

Winter Fields and Hawthorns, 12" x 24"