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  • Season I, 2009, acrylic and prismacolor on paper, 30x22 inches

  • Season II, 2009, acrylic and prismacolor on paper, 30x22 inches

  • Season III, 2009, acrylic and prismacolor on paper, 30x22 inches

  • Season IV, 2010, acrylic and prismacolor on paper, 30x22 inches

  • Dream Catcher I, 2008, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Dream Catcher II, 2008, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Dream Catcher III, 2008, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Herding, 2008, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Tumbleweed, 2008, mixed media on paper, 17x17 inches

  • Canopy I, 2007, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Canopy II, 2007, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Canopy III, 2007, monotype, 40x30 inches

  • Apocalypse, 2007, monotype, 30x40 inches

  • Bramble, 2007, monotype, 28x32 inches

  • Prism, 2007, screen print, ed.20, 24x32 inches

  • Sticks, 2007, monotype, 29x36 inches

  • The Clearing, 2007, lithograph, ed. 20, 17x17 inches

  • Outreach, 2006, oil on canvas, 48x40 inches

  • First Light, 2008, oil on canvas, 25x29 inches

  • Silent Winter, 2004, oil on canvas, 38x60 inches

  • Labyrinth, 2004, oil on canvas, 24x36 inches

  • Ornaments, 2004, oil and collage on canvas, 69.5x47 inches

  • The Rose Forest, 2004, oil on canvas, 16x18 inches

  • Vortex, 2004, oil on canvas, 24x18 inches

  • Marsh Light, 2004, oil on canvas, 48x48 inches

  • Winterscape, 2002, oil and collage on panel, 18x18 inches

  • White Out, 2002, oil on canvas, 21x36 inches

Trees control the flow of energy within any forest. Whether soaring high or spreading out to capture available light, for me, they are the most magnificent engines of struggle and adaptability. I do not view my paintings as traditional landscapes, but rather as representations of raw environments with basics instincts for survival.