Acrylic, 5 x 5 inches (13 x 13 cm) on gallery wrapped canvas. $95 USD.
Painting the sedges' shadows on these Norwegian lily pads were my favorite part.
Watercolor, 15 x 12 inches (31 x 38 cm). $450 USD. Fine art prints available on canvas, tile, or archival paper.
Sometimes being at the lake is like cuddling up under a soft, cozy blanket.
Watercolor, 12 x 21.5 inches (30.5 x 55 cm), 18 x 28 framed. $800 USD
This mountain goat has just spotted an intruder and must decide quickly how to react: Charge? Run away? Beg for a treat? The hapless hiker needs to make a quick decision, too!
Watercolor, 28 x 19 inches (71 x 48 cm), $1400 USD. Fine art prints available on archival paper, canvas, or tile. Posters, 20x16 ($45) or 28x22 ($75), available.
Scotchman Peak lies nears the Montana-Idaho border at the heart of a proposed new wilderness area. If you hike the trail to the top, you'll know why it should be protected.
Watercolor, 5 x 4 inches (13 x 10 cm). $75 USD.
A jewel in the crown of the Rocky Mountains. What else is there to say?
Watercolor, 10 x 10 inches (25.5 x 25..5 cm). $250 USD
Way up high, where the alpine air is fresh, cool, and thin.
Watercolor, 7 x 5 inches, $75 USD.
Northern Idaho at its finest! Daniel Smith pearlescent paint gives the snow a subtle sparkle in the late sunshine.
Watercolor, 19 x 29 inches (48 x 74 cm), $1400 USD.
The Clark Fork Delta, Idaho, feels like a place that has remained in the 18th century - quiet and peaceful with abundant waterfowl, fish, and wildlife.
Watercolor, 7 x 9 inches, $160 USD.
Is it better to be in the valley looking at the mountains or vice versa?
Acrylic, 5 x 5 inches (13 x 13 cm) on gallery wrapped canvas. $95 USD
A glorious sunset in the Pacific Northwest!
Watercolor, 6 x 9 inches (15 x 23 cm). Sold.
We often see the Northern Lights in winter, occasionally even in multiple colors like this!
Mixed media (watercolor & pastel), 14 x 24 inches (35.5 x 61 cm), $680 USD
Looking across Sand Creek toward downtown Sandpoint, with the last of the midsummer light still glowing in the sky and competing with the streetlights on the bridge. This painting won a Judges' Award at the 2016 AAOS National Juried Fine Art Show in Ocean Shores, WA.
Watercolor, 12 x 15 inches (28 x 36 cm). $800 USD. Fine art prints available on canvas, tile, or archival paper. Posters 16x20 ($45) or 22x28 ($75) availalble.
This recent painting is the largest watercolor I've ever attempted.
Watercolor, 30 x 50 inches (76 x 127 cm). Commissioned by a private collector.
Seeing these majestic birds flying over the Clark Fork Delta on Lake Pend Oreille is unforgettable.
Watercolor, 6 x 9 inches (15 x 23 cm), $145 USD.
I picked these fishes out of the underlying poured painting of three primary colors by glazing the negative space around them and adding the detailed eyes. It's always fun to pour paint and see what develops!
Watercolor, 7 x 10 inches. $175 USB.
Painted using only the three primary colors - red, yellow, and blue. All other colors mixed completely naturally on the paper.
Watercolor, 3.5 x 5.5 inches. $75 USD.
A photo of two grizzlies amicably wrestling was my reference. The bear's expression isn't exaggerated. Who says animals don't play?.
Acrylic, 4 x 4 inches (10 x 10 cm) on gallery wrapped canvas. $85 USD
Acrylic, 10 x 10 inches, gallery wrapped canvas. Sold at 2016 Pend Oreille Arts Council fund-raising event in Sandpoint, Idaho.
This little squirrel was sitting under the spruce tree in the back yard one winter morning, eating a pine cone, with his winter fur all fluffed up against the cold. So cozy!
Watercolor, 6 x 9 inches. $120 USD.