Large-scale paintings that use the raw architecture of the landscape as their foundations. Acrylic and oil on canvas.
Small-scale watercolor, ink and graphite landscape sketches.
Intimate pastel portraits of geological formations.
Small-scale acrylic panels illustrating the essential fundamentals of the landscape by minimizing shapes and colors.
Small-scale and personal, graphite and charcoal, these works strive for the essence of the landscape.
Small-scaled works that explore the architecture of the Driftless Area of Western Wisconsin. Acrylics on panel.
Direct and immediate charcoal, graphite and ink drawings of the agricultural landscape.
Watercolor studies and their subsequent acrylic works of the Painted Desert in northeastern Arizona.
Acrylic on canvas works that seek to illustrate the relationships and disconnect between the agrarian and natural spaces of Western Wisconsin.
MFA thesis concerning northwestern Ohio's drained swamp. Acrylic on canvas.
Intimate works about silence.