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Arctic Terns

The incredible migration of Arctic Terns between the Arctic and Antarctica continues to inspire me.

Dawn Arrival

A Twin Otter, the most charming of planes, coming in to land.


This painting is inspired by my time with a walrus research team during my High Latitudes expedition in 2010.

Ringed Plover

This painting is inspired by the Ringed Plover I spotted and sketched in NE Greenland in 2010.


My sketch of our first hummingbird visitor and the techniques I used.

Ready for Spring

This sketch is inspired by my thoughts of the coming spring. I’m ready for it!


This cabbages are inspired by my visit to the Farmers Market.

Sub-Alpine Tree Study

This sketch is inspired by a hike I did to the Hidden Lake Lookout.


This 5″ x 5 ” sketch is inspired by this morning’s sunrise.

Full Moon setting

A 5″ x 5″ sketch inspired by my early morning walk to the coffee shop.

Shilshole Boat Race

This plein air sketch was completed from Shilshole Marina in Seattle.


A plein air sketch of Greenlake on a beautiful, sunny afternoon.


A 5″ x 5″ sketch of Mt. Rainier inspired by my morning run.


I spent a beautiful late afternoon in Seattle sketching at the Union Bay Natural Area.

Birches at Dusk

Number two in my 5″ x 5″ series of sketches for the month.

5 x 5 = 25

My February goal is to paint 25 small 5″ x 5″ watercolor sketches.

Studies of Quiet Tones

Color studies for a new project I’m working on.

Storm Front

See and learn about the process and behind my new painting, “Storm Front”.

Back in the Swing of Things

Check out my new studio as well as a new painting I’ve just completed for my upcoming show, “Ice Stories”.

Matting Paintings

I’m preparing for travel, moving, and my next exhibit! Check out a sneak preview of a few pieces.

Cirrus Painting

A sneak peak at one of my latest paintings: a vertical panorama!

Bamboo Wood Panels

Announcing my new FSC certified sustainably manufactured bamboo plywood blocks.