The Morning after the Storm

An early fall snowstorm on the Collegiate Peaks clears at daybreak outside of Buena Vista, Colorado.
An early fall snowstorm on the Collegiate Peaks clears at daybreak outside of Buena Vista, Colorado.
An early fall snowstorm on the Sawatch Range clears at daybreak outside of Buena Vista, Colorado.
An early fall snowstorm on the Sawatch Range clears at daybreak outside of Buena Vista, Colorado.

Earlier this month, we had a day of rain that lasted late into the evening. I figured this meant the odds were pretty good that a) the mountains would be covered in fresh snow, and Continue reading “The Morning after the Storm”

A fresh new website!

It has been just a little over a year since I updated the look of my website, so I have spent the last week or so getting a new site ready. I decided to go with a little cleaner look this time. Once again I used the website development tools created by The Turning Gate (http://theturninggate.net/) to do all the work in Lightroom. They have made a lot of changes in the background over the last year and there are quite a few new features. You should notice that all of the galleries are now phone friendly and will automatically be displayed as thumbnails. Have a look around and let me know what you think!

Prints on display in Denver

I have spent the last couple of weeks preparing for and setting up a display of 22 prints at the Gougér Franzmann & Redman, LLC law firm in Denver. They have a Featured Artist program that rotates artist’s work through their office. It gives them free artwork, and free exposure for the artist. My prints will be on display there until the end of May. I printed, matted, and framed all of the pieces myself. There are five 36”x24”, twelve 24”x16”, and five 18”x24”. I also printed cards to display below each print and a brochure for their lobby.

A Doubleheader from Horseshoe Bend

The sun breaks through foreboding storm clouds and lights the walls of the canyon at Horseshoe Bend outside of Page, Arizona.
The sun breaks through foreboding storm clouds and lights the walls of the canyon at Horseshoe Bend outside of Page, Arizona.
The first light of dawn bathes Horseshoe Bend and the clouds above in a soft, serene pink light outside of Page, Arizona.
The first light of dawn bathes Horseshoe Bend and the clouds above in a soft, serene pink light outside of Page, Arizona.

Well, officially I guess a doubleheader happens in the same day. I apologize to all the baseball fans out there. After witnessing the awesome sunrise in the previous post, I left Continue reading “A Doubleheader from Horseshoe Bend”