Swallow Falls

I recently had an inquiry about work inspired by Swallow Falls State Park. All of the paintings that I created around this subject matter have sold, so I thought it was time to create a few new ones. Here is the first of two, Runoff.

Runoff
Original watercolor on paper
11″x14″

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park’s Anniversary

On March 1, 1872, the area now known as Yellowstone National Park was the first area in the world to be designated a national park. Most of the Yellowstone is in Wyoming, with smaller sections in Montana and Idaho. Here are some paintings I completed after spending time in and around the park several years back.

Firehole Guide
Original Watercolor
12″x9″
On the Firehole River
Original watercolor
12″x9″
Firewood
Watercolor on Canvas
14″x11″

For more on Yellowstone’s history, visit Yellowstone Forever’s Modern Timeline of the park.

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Trout Trio

I used to spend a fair amount of time fly fishing. From that pursuit, I created a series of work featuring fly fishing and fish. The trout below are three original pieces reproduced as lithographs.

These fish have been some of my most popular images as far as card sales and prints have gone. While updating this site, I realize that the trout slid to the back burner. So with no further adieu, I give you in order, Brook Trout, Brown Trout and Rainbows.

SEYMOUR SHOW SPECIAL

Purchase all three signed prints as a set for $99. They come un-matted, shipped in a tube, or you can pick them up at the Garrett County Arts Council. For more information or to purchase, click here.