Our Work

WATER PROJECTS

Water generally represents new beginnings for me. I've created several for different people who were starting new paths in their lives. I have such a love of rocks too so many of my water paintings include rocks and water. 

Crashing Waves of Love

I've been slowly trying to use my imagination more and more as a base for my paintings. This 24" x 36" painting started as a massive paint sploch from which I could slowly start to see a waterfall emerge. Click on "View More" to see the final full painting.

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Water Falls
From Imagination

I've been slowly trying to use my imagination more and more as a base for my paintings. This 24" x 36" painting started as a massive paint sploch from which I could slowly start to see a waterfall emerge. Click on "View More" to see the final painting.

Prindle Creek

Prindle Creek Oregon, is where my my Uncle Daniel lived. He used to send the most amazing photos my way. I started this painting months before he unexpectly passed away as part of a 2 hour painting challenge I was giving myself as a way to loosen up my paintings. Strangely it became one of my tightest paintings to date. . . and the original went to someone who needed it more. Click on "View More" to see the full image.

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Snowqualmie Falls

This was my first waterfall I had ever done. I was comissioned to paint Snowqualamie Falls in Washington State for our retiring Pastor. It was a place she was very fond of when she was young.  Click on "View More" to see the full painting.

Whitewashed

This painting was a great experimental painting that ended up looking like your view through a car wash. It was done for a show in Oconomowoc and one of my first shows. Click on "View More" to see the completed painting.

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Waves

This painting was a great experimental texture painting that ended up looking like a sunset over rough waters. Click on "View More" to see the final painting.

Abstract Water Reflections

This painting was a great painting that ended up looking like your view through a car wash. It was done for a show in Oconomowoc and one of my first shows. Click on "View More" to see the final painting.

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