Join me on Memorial Day weekend in Prescott, Arizona’s historic courthouse plaza! Featuring a beautiful park like setting and attracts art enthusiasts, Western collectors and visitors from far and wide… along with some of the nation’s most talented Western artists!
New Works in Progress
I’m excited to share some of the newer subjects I’ve been working on! These are available on the site as prints if you are interested.
Hello Friends. Time sure flies! How can we possibly be in the last quarter of 2017 already? As we’re approaching the entire of the year, I wanted to send out a general idea of what I’ve been up to and where I’ll be until the end of the year. There are also a few subjects that I’ve recently released that you may or may not have seen from my website or Facebook.
Considering Getting Ahead of Holiday Gifts?
If you’re looking for unique gift ideas for businesses, customers, friends or family, consider the unique gift of a scratchboard piece! Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website and check out the gallery!
Comments Off on These Amazing Animal Portraits Have Found a Home!
Hi everyone – just a quick update to share with you.
I’m excited to share that two amazing animal portraits have found a permanent home! The two pieces below – “The Transformer” White Faced Owl and “Kaya” the African Lioness have been purchased and now are part of proud collection of two great people. Prints are still available but the original works are now sold.
If you’d like to view or purchase Transformer as a print, just click on the portrait below. Kaya will be added shortly as a print!
While in between weekend shows in Teton Village Wyoming, I will be providing Scratchboard lessons at the Red Rock Ranch. It’s an incredible beautiful setting and we’ll have great fun. I hope to see you there!
There has been a lot of frenzy about the news that the Bureau of Land Management’s advisory board voted to recommend euthanizing 45,000 wild horses. Rumors and contradictions have been flying since the announcement. Here are 10 things you should know about the issue.
1. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) itself did not vote to euthanize the horses. Its advisory board, the Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board, made the controversial decision. As the Inquisitr reported Wednesday, this board voted to recommendeuthanizing the horses. At that time, the BLM had not commented on whether it would take their advice.
13 shows – Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming. Stunning scenery and meeting art fans from 6 countries thus far.
I am blessed to be a small part of the artist community that allows many mediums, styles and talents. I have met young entrepreneurs to seasoned nationally known and celebrated individuals. Thousands of people have passed by our weekend events, with an appreciation what is possible in our endeavor to be self- expressed .