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My vision is to create more joy in our world by crafting beautiful paintings and teaching others to do the same.
I paint the things and places I love, always striving to capture fleeting moments of beauty. My paintings are a conversation between me and my subject. If you are attracted to one of my paintings, there is a shared connection and you are able to participate in that conversation. It's like a remnant of familiarity and understanding that we share. This is pure magic and is really exciting to me!
Painting and living an artful life brings me great joy. My paintings, in turn, bring great joy to collectors and fans.
If everyone could do work that brings them joy and creates joy for others, our world would be healed. My gift is art and I intend to spread joy with it, one painting at a time.
We all can choose joy for ourselves and give joy to others.
Whether you're a collector or another artist, if my work and vision resonate with you then I invite you to join me!
I'm a Colorado native and grew up hiking, fishing and drawing in the Rocky Mountains. Family roots brought me to Montana and Idaho, where vast ranch lands, prairie, forests and majestic mountains shaped my artistic vision. When I was young, I spent time with the Hopi, Navajo and Zuni, American Indian tribes in the Southwest; having the privilege of attending Hopi ceremonies and even learning sandpainting from the Navajo. These experiences instilled a deep appreciation for our lands and its peoples. Nature has a beautiful rhythm and harmony with layers and layers of interaction which reveal themselves to the patient observer. I often feel as if I'm becoming a part of the landscape when I'm painting for hours at a time out in [...]Read the rest of this bio on the
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