NOTE: The "fineart america" text, in the lower right corner of the images, will NOT appear on your final print.
Coming from an industrial career, there has always been some form of creativity in my work (first artwork published over 30 years ago). I have sold an astonishing number of commercial photographs, so many in fact, it is unlikely you have not seen one somewhere! When producing artwork, I enjoy atmospheric scenes of vast open spaces of the oceans, North, and Western Americas. (But won't ignore any other parts of the world!) There is no particular interest in realism (straight photography for that, and I'll occasionally put some of the more conceptual work here.) Strong color and strokes are used to try to evoke the feeling of the view, whether it is the blistering heat of the arid west, or the ice and snow of the north, the impending darkness of storms, or silence and tranquility of a rural nightfall. The subjects are the many things experienced, many places visited, places yet to go, and some things just imagined. Traditional media - stand alone, the so called "tradigital" computer enhanced traditional art media, and digitally transformed photography may be used. Hope you enjoy, and send your suggestions!