Alberta Falls

Alberta Falls

Edition of 50 | 16″ x 20″ | Giclee I have hiked this trail in Rocky Mountain National Park many times and always pause by these falls. This is early in the season when the water is gushing over the rocks. By the fall the flow is way down and it is just a calm tumble. This painting is really about the soft spray of the falls against the dark trees.

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Autumn Brilliance, Roaring Fork River (Autumn Brilliance)

Autumn Brilliance, Roaring Fork River (Autumn Brilliance)

Edition of 25 | 44″ x 60″ | Giclee This is an actual view of the Roaring Fork River near Aspen, Colorado. It has all of my favorite elements: fall colors, looking down into the water, dramatic back light. Painting on this scale you really have to have a strong concept. The risk and reward is high.

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Colorado Hay Bales

Colorado Hay Bales

Edition of 50 | 16″ x 20″ | Giclee Hay bales, especially the ones that have some character like these are a reminder of simpler times. Now-a-days the bales are wrapped to tight in fabric that they look like they are make out of plastic. The day after this rancher rolled these bales his tractor literally burned up in his field, so sadly this will be the last of the old fashioned bales at this ranch. Glad that I got the opportunity to paint...

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Crystal Clear, Sylvan Lake

Crystal Clear, Sylvan Lake

Edition of 50 | 30″ x 40″ | Giclee I was on a trip to Yellowstone National Park with my son Luke who was about 8 at the time. We discovered this lake near the north shore of Yellowstone lake and I was mesmerized by how the water was gin clear. High mountain lakes will always have fallen logs in the water. The challenge is to give the illusion of those logs going under the water and into the depths of the lake.

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Deep Pool, Taylor River

Deep Pool, Taylor River

Edition of 50 | 30″ x 40″ | Giclee My son Wyatt and I are avid fly fishermen and we were fishing this stretch of the Taylor River near Crested Butte, Colorado when I rested on this rock to watch him cast to this fish that kept rising in the calm water behind the rock. As I strained to watch the fish, I noticed how clear the water was. Then I widened my view and took in the whole scene. So focused on fishing, I had completely ignored the surrounding beauty. Giclée finish options Giclées have two options for finishing: unframed or gallery wrapped. An unframed giclee ships rolled in tube; A gallery wrapped giclee ships ready to hang, stretched with finished...

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