New Lives in Familiar Waters: Releasing Razorback Chubs at James M. Robb Fruita State Park

a stream of fish-speckled water arched out the tank into the river.

Newly Uploaded Works

“Revelation” Acrylic on Canvas 18″ x  24″  Acrylic on Gallery Wrap Canvas (edges painted.) “Triad” Acrylic on Gallery Wrap Canvas 16″ x 20″ “Thrust” Acrylic on Gallery Wrap Canvas 16″ x  20″ Edges painted with color from painting “Miracle” Acrylic on Canvas 18″ x 24″ Edges painted with color from painting

Creating an Art Inventory

Creating an Art Inventory After having new shelves installed in my garage, I’m finally getting around to organizing, um, a lot of years worth of drawings, paintings, and other artworks. I’ve been posting them for sale on POD and original sites online and I need a record of what is available where, as well asContinue reading “Creating an Art Inventory”

Desert Bighorn Sheep

Yesterday on the way home from lunch, we spotted some things that looked like rocks amid the sage, junipers, and pinon at the base of the Monument’s cliffs just off South Broadway between Fruita and Grand Junction (western Colorado). I pulled off the road, and, sure enough, the bighorns were there. It wasn’t this bunch.Continue reading “Desert Bighorn Sheep”