Saturday, September 24, 2011

I have again begun my Wilderness Art Challenge and for October I thought this nice Grizzly Sow that I photographed Labor Day on top of Togwotee Pass might make a good one.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

My completed painting. 
14"X20" Gouache Watercolor Painting.
It went very well in the auction going for $2500.00
Saturday morning was the annual Quick-Draw held in the town square in Jackson, Wyoming.  All a part of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival.  Two weeks of art related events that fills the town with artists, and collectors.  Here I am nearing completion of my painting.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

12"x16" Oil Painting

Sunday, September 11, 2011

16"X20" Gouache Watercolor Painting.
I along with my gallery pardner, Tom Lucas were the featured artists at the GRAND TETON Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming yesterday.  All a part of the several weeks long art events of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival.  We spent the day there painting with Les Lefevre and Deb Penk Reeb.  A fun day for sure.
This was my painting.  A gouache Watercolor Painting. 
Next weekend is the biggest day of the events with art galleries full of artists, receptions, and food everywhere.  The Miniature show will be going on at the National Wildlife Art Gallery and it is the big Quick-draw event where I will be one of the participating artists.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

What you missed by not being in Dubois today.

For the past year I have been posting photos of my work on Facebook-all taken within a day or two and in the Dubois area that included the Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks and the surrounding area.  I called it "WHAT YOU MISSED BY NOT BEING IN DUBOIS TODAY"  It has had an amazing following worldwide but I am finding a number of folks who are giving up on facebook and a number of them that asked if I would post this series on my blog.  I am going to add a blog just for that event.  I will continue to do the facebook site too.
This mother Grizzly along with two adorable fuzzy cubs were spotted on the top of Togwotee Pass by my wife and I several days ago.  We got some up close and personal pixs of them as they dug about for roots on a clay like volcanic slope.