Recent Works

 

Desert Landscape
Desert Landscape

“Desert Landscape” is located in Snow Canyon State Park in Utah and features a canyon carved from the red and white Navajo sandstone in the Red Mountains. The park is located near Ivins, Utah and St. George in Washington County. Other geological features include extinct cinder cones, lava tubes, lava flows, and sand dunes. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

Waiting on Grandpa
Waiting on Grandpa

“Waitin’ on Grandpa” was taken from a photograph outside of the Utah State Liquor Store, located in Beaver, Utah. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

Snow Canyon
Snow Canyon

“Snow Canyon” is located in Snow Canyon State Park in Utah and features a canyon carved from the red and white Navajo sandstone in the Red Mountains. The park is located near Ivins, Utah and St. George in Washington County. Other geological features include extinct cinder cones, lava tubes, lava flows, and sand dunes. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

House of Dark Clouds
House of Dark Clouds

“House of Dark Clouds” is located at the southern end of Beaver, Utah. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

After the Storm
After the Storm

“After the Storm” is west of the Meadow Mountain Monument National Historic Landmark located in southwestern Utah, near St. George.

Jos. Sullivan - Saddler
Jos. Sullivan - Saddler

Alder Gulch was the scene of Montana's greatest placer gold rush. By the fall of 1864, nearly 10,000 people crowded the surrounding hillsides. Virginia City and Nevada City were the main centers of commerce. At its peak, Nevada City boasted dozens of stores and cabins that extended back 6 blocks. By 1869, the population had fallen to 110, but there were still 3 general stores and 2 saloons. By 1876, Nevada City was nearly a ghost town. The image is inked with Sepia pigment ink.

Sunken Skiff
Sunken Skiff

The Sunken Skiff was found on Utah's Highway 89.

Nevada City Welcome
Nevada City Welcome

Alder Gulch was the scene of Montana's greatest gold rushes. By the fall of 1864, nearly 10,000 people crowded the surrounding hillsides. Virginia City and its near neighbor, Nevada City, were the main centers of commerce. Nevada City boasted dozens of stores and cabins that extended back about six blocks. By 1869, the population had fallen to one hundred ten, but there were still 3 general stores and 2 saloons. By 1876, Nevada City was nearly a ghost town. The image is inked in Sepia Toned Ink.

Old Mill
Old Mill

The Old Mill is located outside of Polaris, Montana.