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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Endless Source at the Casselman River

If you follow my work, you may notice that one place that shows up often in my work is the Casselman River Bridge. The river is a tributary of the Youghiogheny River. There is a lot of history surrounding the river and bridge.

The historic bridge was built in the early 1800s as part of the National Road and the area is now known formally as Casselman River Bridge State Park. This location is also known as Little Crossings. Located east of Grantsville near Spruce Forest Artisan Village, it’s a popular place with fly fisherman. Sightseers traveling along Route 40 often visit to take a look around.

Below are some of my renderings. Click on each image to view availability.

Casselman Calm
Trout Season
Casselman in Winter
Casselman Sentinels

Garrett County Virtual Artist Marketplace Open

Its Autumn Glory Weekend in Garrett County, Maryland.  Whether you can visit Deep Creek Lake or the Oakland Arts & Entertainment District this weekend or not, you can view SEYMOUR, a virtual artist marketplace. 

Featuring Garrett County Artists

SEYMOUR, at www.seymourart.org, features the work of over twenty artists from the area.  If you’re in town, they have a public art unveiling in the Oakland A&E District, where artists pair up with local businesses.  Read more about this virtual marketplace here.

Program partners include  Simon Pearce Glassblowing, Oakland, MDMaryland State Arts CouncilRural Maryland Council and Garrett County Government.