Acrylics

The View

Acrylic on Canvas, Unframed, 16X40, 2017

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This view is a conglomerate of landscape features common in the interior of Alaska. I made it up but it looks like it could be anywhere. Snowcapped mountains, meandering rivers, glacier ponds and stunted permafrost black spruce are all depicted in this scene. The image wraps around the edges of the painting so framing is not necessary. Please contact me for details.

Takosha

Acrylic on Canvas, Unframed, 16X40, 2018

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Takosha is my favorite mountain in the Alaska Range. As a painter I enjoy capturing the proper shapes and formations of this often overlook beauty that sits in the shadows of Denali. Please contact me for more details.

Denali, South View

Acrylic on Canvas, Unframed, 16X40, 2017

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I started this painting plein air at the Denali view area at Mile 134.5 on the Parks Highway that runs between Anchorage and Fairbanks. The final painting was completed in the studio. It depicts the glorious mountain that is loved by all. As the glaciers melt they form the braided Chulitna river that runs to the base of the Alaska Range. Please contact me for more details. 

Masquerade

Acrylic on Canvas, 11X14, Framed

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Ravens are known to be tricksters. I am not sure who this gal is hiding from in her mask but she sure is disguised! Please contact me for more details. 

Pika Glacier

 Acrylic on Canvas, Unframed, 24X26, 2018

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Pika Glacier is located in the Alaska Range. This area is also dubbed Little Switzerland. It is a very popular destination for mountaineering. Please contact me for details. 

Oils

Mt. Eielson

Oil on Canvas, 16X40, 2010

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Mt. Eielson is located in Denali National Park. I started this painting plein air and completed it in the studio.  This painting was one of 40 selected from 479 entries in the All Alaska Juried Art Exhibition XXX1V. I am very proud of that accomplishment. 

Rosie

Oil on Canvas, Imitation Silver, 10X10, Unframed

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Rosie has a beautiful silver halo draped with wild Alaskan primroses and rose hips. She has a very mischievous eye for such a regal gal. The one inch wide sides of this painting are decorated with painted on roses, rosehips and black feathers. She was proudly displayed at the Bear Gallery in Fairbanks, Alaska April 2018 in the Spring Juried Exhibition “Whimsy." 

Raven Moon

Oil on Canvas, 16x20

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This has been my most successful work to date. Having have sold many prints. The magical Raven proudly displays the moon he has just created after creating the universe. Prints available on request.

Ravenoli

Oil on Canvas, 18X24, Framed

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The first in the “Dirty Bird” series. Ravens are scavengers and are easily spotted frequenting dumpsters and littered areas. Obviously, Ravenoli is a play on words for that tasty canned ravioli! Alaskans still hold ravens dear even if the are “Dirty Birds”. They have a majestic and magical aura about them. I have painted and sold countless raven paintings. Please contact me for details. 

Mag Pie

Oil on Canvas, 18X24, Framed

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This raucous bird is not as popular as raven but beautiful non-the-less. This guy is enjoying a frozen pie box. Please contact me for details.

Big Gull

Oil on Canvas, 18X24, Framed

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The last of the Dirty Bird serious is this Mew Gull that migrates to the interior of Alaska every spring and leaves in the early fall. He is a glutton for a free meal or a soda in this case. Alaska’s telephone area code is 907. This gull is enjoying a big soda cup he found on the ground. Please contact me for details.