Tag: colorado plateau

Working From Home

Working From Home

| February 15, 2014 | 8 Replies

It may be true that art should be able to stand on its own, but I find that my appreciation of a given work almost always benefits significantly from knowing something about the artist, why they do what they do and how it relates to their stories and other forces in their life. In an […]

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Canyon Time

Canyon Time

| December 5, 2013 | 2 Replies

It had been about a month since I returned from Alberta, which marked the end of a busy workshop and travel season. Several projects were placed on hold around August and, with limited Internet access on the road, many emails remain unanswered. But, little by little, things are falling back into place. All open print […]

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Colorado Plateau eBook iPad Edition

Colorado Plateau eBook iPad Edition

| August 14, 2013 | Reply

I’m pleased to announce that my eBook Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau is now available in an iPad edition and can be purchased directly from the Apple iTunes Store. The iPad edition was designed for iBooks and is slightly different from the original PDF eBook. I made a few edits to essays and updated […]

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Images and Experiences

Images and Experiences

| July 16, 2013 | 6 Replies

I must confess that I do like some seasons better than others, and that summer is my second least favorite time of the year. This may seem a bit hypocritical, as I often quote George Santayana: “To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love […]

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Relics

Relics

| August 7, 2012 | 14 Replies

I celebrated another birthday last week. As has been my habit in recent years, I asked for no presents or special celebrations, and, instead, headed into the wilderness for a couple of days of quiet contemplation. Unlike many of my other outings, the purpose of such trips is not so much to make art, but […]

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Announcing: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau

Announcing: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau

| June 20, 2011 | 9 Replies

I am excited to announce the release and immediate availability of my new eBook: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau. The book features 6 portfolios corresponding to unique geographic features on the Plateau, as well as several essays. The eBook contains high resolution images suitable for viewing on both portable devices and large screens. These […]

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Coming Soon: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau eBook

Coming Soon: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau eBook

| May 24, 2011 | 4 Replies

I’m excited to announce my first portfolio eBook: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau, featuring dozens of my favorite intimate photographs from the place I am fortunate to call home. The portfolio includes several essays, sandstone landscapes, images from the high plateaus, abstract compositions and glimpses into the Native American history of these magnificent canyons. […]

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It was a Warm and Stormy Night

It was a Warm and Stormy Night

| August 3, 2010 | 10 Replies

It started like any other summer Friday in Torrey. Right around 5pm a peaceful silence falls over the town and the work week is almost palpably over. Despite the sparse traffic, on days like this I like to stay at the gallery a bit further into the evening, not so much for the sales potential […]

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Aspen Heart

Aspen Heart

| October 3, 2009 | 2 Replies

This is shaping up to be a strange year for the aspens. Some are still sporting a full green coat of leaves while others have been stripped bare by a recent storm (and another one is en route). This was one especially beautiful patch in a local grove I visited earlier today.

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Wind Sculpture

Wind Sculpture

| September 25, 2009 | 6 Replies

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