travel art of nature

As late winter drags on, the sun resists the onset of spring, and we remain buried in our apartments beneath layers of blankets, I find myself flipping through old travel photos, transported to the natural landscapes I loved so much. Below are a few, altered slightly from their original photographs. Their light, whimsy, and movement …


new works

These pieces are inspired by everyday landscapes. Bold washes of sky using watercolor and gouache are filled with inky natural abstractions.


There is silence.  It crushing immensity looms over me but I find myself taking shallow breaths to preserve its purity.  Birds are sleeping.  Bugs are hidden.  As we walk, the irregular crunch of our boots and my struggling breath beats beneath the stars.  Our lamps bob as we take over-sized steps up the mountain.  I …