The sloughs of the Columbia river provided this visage from out the window on the southbound freeway. I liked it because there were no people or buildings to clutter an inspiring view looking south from the road.
This is a view looking north in the late fall just before the leaves fall. What I like was the contrast of complementary colors of the purplish sky and the yellowish foreground.
This is merely a hill with trees on it, but there's more there than meets the eye. My aim was to create a feeling of hopefulness for another spring and all it promises in the months to come.
This field was lit like it was internally glowing from the effect of a very low angled morning sun. I liked the feel of the warm foreground in front [...]
The inspiration for “Better Days” was the challenge to see if I could get the lighting just right. Nestled between two rises of land lay this little homestead, [...]
I love hiking above the tree line. The scenery changes abruptly at upper elevations, where the lush greens of the dense forest give way to twisted, stark trees bleached [...]
Landscape views are plentiful and beautiful in the Pacific Northwest. Right around the corner from where I live are acres and acres of farmland and rural countryside just ripe [...]
There are some amazing vistas to be seen along the twists and turns of the interstate through Eastern Oregon, but it’s hard to notice them as they flash by. [...]
Sheer beautiful simplicity was what inspired me to take on this painting. It’s a view looking up as you pass between the hills in Eastern Oregon. Although the roiling [...]
This open view of a well-maintained polo field was remarkably beautiful, especially when seen in the early light of a cold winter's morning. I had to paint it. Getting [...]