After a trip to The Grand Canyon with my family last year to spread my aunt and uncle's ashes over the canyon (their dying wish), I was inspired to create this series. Each painting represents a different observation and inspiration
I had of this majestic spectacle.
Trees stand confidently in storms and gather together to give us shelter when we need it. These paintings represent my search for refuge and stillness that only the comfort of nature can provide.
These paintings are inspired by my travels to France. From the architecture of the cities, to Monet's gardens at Giverny, to the lavender fields of the south and everything in-between, the beauty there is endless.
The autumn season demands our visual attention like no other. Trees know they are about to lose their leaves to winter so they transform and come out with colors blazing. I create these paintings to applaud this annual splendor.
This set of paintings primarily include my "Rocks and Hard Places" series that I created to express the resilience and hope that is needed to endure life’s harder climbs. You will also discover here some miscellaneous works.
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