2011

2011

"Light and darkness, the accurate and the interpreted, the objective and the subjective, the pragmatic and the visionary are inseparably connected and mutually necessary to give meaning to each other. Questioning, understanding, organizing and effectively communicating our perceptions and notions about the important facets of our experiences are what give art its real expressive power. Nowhere else is this more important than in landscape painting . . ." 

from "The Land's Hidden Poetry" by Douglas Fryer, January issue of Artists on Art Magazine





Marshlands in Winter, 12" x 12"


October Fields - Fairview, 15" x 15"

Hay Barn on Canyon Road, 9" x 9"

First Snow, Melting, 24" x 24"

Midsummer Greens 12" x 28"

Fairview Farm, Towhead Mountain, 18"x 30"

Morning Light - Wasatch Plateau, 42" x 80"

October, 12" x 12"

Morning,  12" x 30"

Fence Line on a Winter's Field, 9" x 9"

Early Light, 4" x 9"

After the Storm, 30" x 30"

Breezy Summer Day, 4" x 9"

Canyon Farm - February, 18" x 48"

A Silver Morning, 12" x 12"

A Forgotten Farm, 7" x 9"

Resting Model, 5.5" x 5.5"

Mrs. Holtan, 24" x 16"


Winter Veils, 40" x 50"

Forgotten  Land, 20" x 50" 

North Side, 24" x 24"

Everitt Farm, 12" x 28"


Farm Buildings - Cache Valley, 7" x 7"

Green Pastures, 15" x 15"

Overlook, 20" x 20"

South Fields Below White Peak, 12.5" x 33"

A Distant View, 33" x 33"

A Sultry Afternoon,  8" x 16"

Alfalfa Fields, 16" x 36"

August Evening, 9" x 12" 

Closing of the Day, 22" x 30"

East Pasture, 16" x 36"

Highway Ranch,  20" x 20"

Farm Near Hilltop, 12" x 28"

Thawing Creek - March,  7" x 16"

Hayfield North of Chester, 12" x 28"

In Winter Pasture, 7" x 12"

Pennsylvania Farm, 12" x 28" 

Rain Across the North Valley, 7" x 7"

Spring Thaw,   24" x 24"

Summer Grasses, 33" x 33"