I am a painter and printmaker, painting primarily with oils, and making reduction woodcuts and multicolor silkscreen prints. When I first came to Alaska, more than a decade ago, I was immediately struck by the summer vegetation. I knew I would love the mountains and expansive sky, but I did not expect to be so taken with the underbrush, the fungus, and every single tree I met. The intimate glimpses and small treasures of the Northern Forest are most frequently the subjects of my work. My paintings and prints of the Alaskan landscape represent the quiet unpretentious beauty of a land revered for its grandeur. Rather than seeking out grand vistas and dramatic scenery, I am drawn to humble roadside trees, ground cover, and the unique light of the Interior.
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