Voices Made Soft By The Earth

9 Mar 2019
“Voices Made Soft By The Earth”
charcoal, pastel, graphite, varnish and ink
10" x 13.5"
This original piece is now available to purchase through WOWxWOW Gallery. It is a part of the Uniquely Universal group exhibition which opens this evening and will be on view
through the 29th of March at the following link:
My thanks to Tim for inviting me to be part of another 
incredible show at his lovely gallery.

Let Not Your Sorrows Die

10 Feb 2019
“Let Not Your Sorrows Die”
watercolor, charcoal, pastel, spray varnish, graphite and ink
$650
A new piece available through Wow x Wow Gallery for the "Evolution of the Essence" online group exhibition. My thanks to Tim at the gallery for inviting me to take part in this fantastic show. If you are interested in purchasing this piece or want to check out all of the incredible work in this exhibit, please click on the following link to visit the gallery’s website:
Thank you.

Seasonal Studio Sale

5 Dec 2018
Happy Holidays!
and enter the discount code: STUDIO at checkout to save 15% off your purchase.
I have listed several new original pieces of art in my Big Cartel shop.
Thanks so much for your support of my work!

Salut! III Coaster Show at Nucleus Portland

15 Nov 2018
These are the three coasters that I designed for the Salut! III show opening tomorrow evening at Nucleus Portland in beautiful Portland, Oregon. Every piece in the show is $50 and will be available online the following day. Stop by and check out all of the fantastic work in this show if you happen to be in the area. My thanks to the gallery for inviting me back to contribute work to this annual show.
Opening Reception is November 16th from 7-10 pm.
Nucleus Portland
1445 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Portland, OR 97214

Where Time Ceases To Hold Sway

1 Sep 2018

Where Time Ceases to Hold Sway
14" x 18" on Arches 300 lb watercolor paper
watercolor, charcoal, pastel, powdered pigment, varnish and ink
$600

This piece is part of the “Go To Your Happy Place” group show at ZaPow Gallery in Asheville, NC opening this Saturday. A portion of all sales will be donated to “Our Voice”, a local organization that helps provide safe places for victims of domestic violence.
Please contact the gallery with inquiries. Opening reception, September 1st, 7-9 pm




Mysterious Species Conservation

15 Aug 2018
I am pleased to announce that my book, Mysterious Species Conservation, is finally finished! Thanks to all who have followed the book's path to completion. I have poured a lot of thought and love into this project and hope the book will find its way into the right publisher's hands. This may take quite some time, but I promise to post another update as soon as I have some news.

Happy Solstice

21 Dec 2017
To those seeking stillness
in the chaos currently draped over
this vast system of dreamers and doers,
I encourage you to look up.
Take time to sit and marvel 
the brilliant constellations of
overgrown spirits inhabiting our skies.
These giant custodians of dark passage
who plea for silence
as they furnish the world
with lighted pause.
A blanket of hope falling to shield us all
of painful words and uneasy opinions.
A voice calling out in the snow;
A quiet reminder
of some distant future
slowly threading its way through this long night
with a rare, unheralded beauty.

To The Dark And The Snow That Falls

29 Nov 2017
"To The Dark And The Snow That Falls"
This new print is available to purchase in my shop. 50% of all proceeds will go to the Endangered Species Coalition. Wolves play a profound role in maintaining the health, structure and balance of ecosystems. I encourage anyone unfamiliar with their ability to transform not only plant and animal communities, but the very landscape in which they live, to watch this short video on 
For more information on how wolf conservation efforts are currently playing out in the United States, I suggest reading this National Geographic interview with author Brenda Peterson: news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/wolf-nation-brenda-peterson-wolves
I am well aware that wolf recovery is just one of many causes currently deserving of our attention, but I believe it to be of great importance. It is also one I personally hold dear to heart, as this piece is dedicated to my lovely mother, one of the biggest advocates for wolf conservation that I know.

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