Chronological Gallery 2018 2019
You can find out more about the Birds of Prey project by
clicking here. The images below are arranged in random order, so use the links at the top of the page to visit the annual gallery pages to see my work in chronological order. It’s also the best way to make sure you’ve seen all of it, as I may not update this page as often as the gallery pages.
16″ x 20″, All Ozark pigments, unframed. $1200. All Ozark pigments. 9.75″ x 7.75″. $375 framed, $250 unframed. Prints also available. 20″ x 16″, NFS. All Ozark pigments. 16″ x 12″, $800 unframed. All Ozark pigments on Arches cold-press 300#. A screech owl that lives in a tree-hole near the gate. Private collection. Prints available. “Rhapsody”, watercolors from Ozark pigments (except for the bright white). 16″ x 12″, $800. My first ever Paleo Painting, a scene fromDoha One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 9″ x 7″, all Ozark pigments. Original, $275. 16″ x 12″, handmade watercolor. Pigments from local sources: wood char, red sandstone, yellow sandstone, gray/green sandstone, creek shale, brown sandstone, sassafras leaf. Prints available. Original, $800. Pelican No. 1. Sold. Prints available. Entire painting palette is Nirvana, from russet sandstone. Unframed, watercolor postcard (4″ x 6″) $48.00. This painting had no model. It came strictly from my imagination, but it does look like a lot of little intersections I’ve seen on these backroads. “Kady’s Crow”. Sold. Prints available. This was the first real painting, after the initial test of the Doha scene with a palm tree.