White on White


“White on White” Watercolor on paper, 9″ x 11″ 2014 | $100

This painting was inspired by an arctic wolf who I photographed at Lakota Wolf Sanctuary many years ago. While the arctic wolf is not “on the brink,” as are many wolves in the US, they are still threatened by humans. Climate change and industrialization both affect their habitat, and hunters pursue them for their beautiful coats…which personally, I think look much better on the wolf!

Remember, wolves are essential to the environment. They help maintain the balance by keeping grazing herd populations under control, which in turn allows vegetation to grow, helping to minimize erosion, and on and on.

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It’s Been a Long Time

Shoes Untied Again! Acrylic on cnavas, 11" x 9", 2012

It’s been a long time since I had a figure drawing class! I took me close to three weeks and countless repaintings to get this one done! I seem to have completely forgotten how the human body is assembled! If I’m going to continue to grow as a painter, I think I need to make sure that I mix in a few people with the canines every now and then.

All-Amooo-rican Cow

Acrylic on steel

This was one of my first cows. I have created quite a few and have many more in my head…stay tuned!