Solo Artist Exhibition As Above, So Below at Old Main Gallery, Bozeman Montana

I could not be more thrilled with the way this series As Above, So Below turned out. I celebrate this abstract fine art photography and I am moved by the beauty of these images and boast that there is zero post production or photo manipulation -  these these colors and images are as they were shot in the camera using all manual settings to achieve these works of art. Thank you to Old Main Gallery for taking the leap of faith to do a solo exhibition showcasing this newest body of my work.  

As Above, So Below … my new series

I am so excited to share this new work with the world!  You can click here to watch the tour around the showroom to see the show.  AS ABOVE, SO BELOW is deeply personal and profound to me. This collection explores the visual aesthetics of the purest form of abstract photography and is unscathed from any post production manipulation. I wanted to create inherently unique, original, and authentic abstract imagery using nothing but my camera and the ocean as my subject. As an artist, I believe it is my most genuine form of expression to date.  

WEAYAYA - ‘SETTING SUN’ from The Una Collection Tryptic 46” x 198”

I”m thrilled to show off this HUGE baby of mine! Setting Sun spans 198” long. The space to photograph this was not large enough to allow the standard 1” in-between each piece so for these photos and video it’s crammed together. But, I think you can get the idea;) The piece is going home to a very lucky and wonderful family in the states just in time for the holidays. This is 1/3 edition… and oh so special. Notice the horses in the second row, they are all AIRBORNE. There is no photoshop here, this is God given beauty, majesty, power and grace that I was blessed to capture at that very moment. And this is why I love what I do!!!

I Do …. in the kitchen

I wish I knew who the amazing designer was for this home to give credit to… please shoot me info if you know!  I love this space. I Do from the Chariots of Zeus Collection at 40x60 DibaChrome. 

Children of The Sun - highest priced art sale - at the sold out 8th Annual Auction for The Arts by Big Sky and Sotheby’s

I was beyond humbled and honored to see my 48x72 Children Of The Sun, from the Una Series, take highest bidded art sale at the sold out 8th annual Auction For The Arts by Big Sky and Sotheby’s. This piece conjured up an intense bidding war that made me blush!  I was auctioning with legend artists that I admire so much, Kevin Redstar and Tom Gillian, and overjoyed to see my piece be the #1 highest seller for the evening. The piece went for 25% over retail and was the only piece that sold at or above retail, which certainly is ‘insurance’ for my collectors and myself.  I donated half of the sale to Arts Council of Big Sky who provide so much to my community throughout the year.  A big thanks to photographer Dave Pecunies for capturing the evening so authentically. 

Just Breathe….

In light and darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to share a little breath of fresh air. I am working on a new series, and this is one of the pieces that will be in the collection. It is unnamed at this time. It leaves me in a calmer more peaceful state of mind. I hope you enjoy;)

The ‘Gatekeeper’ makes his debut in a Big Sky home!

This amazing buffalo and negative space landscape, shot in Yellowstone National Park, was released early for a special client. The series Spirit Animals Of Yellowstone birthed  the Gatekeeper, edition of 33, which is just one of many inspiring creations of the Yellowstone Park landscape I can’t wait to share with you. But in due time… it’s not ready to release just yet! Here you can see a 48x72 gracing the hallway (image on the right). The design team behind this home was Alder & Tweed Design Co.

And….just to see how amazing the Gatekeeper is with the proper perspective… here you go! 

Strength from Ghost Trees published in Cabin Style coffee table book

Abby Heatherington, who is a dear friend and amazing designer gave me this book as a gift for Christmas. Little did she know, or me, that my art was published in it! So a month later, after the hustle and bustle of the holidays,  I found myself finally on the sofa with hot tea looking through the book artfully created by Chase Reynolds Ewald and photographed by the talented Audrey Hall. It was a great surprise to say the least! The design of this spectacular home was by uber talented Envi Design. It’s a great coffee table book. You can order Cabin Style from this link;)

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