Unless otherwise noted, all pieces are transparent watercolor. To view a larger image of any of these paintings, click on the thumbnail image at left.
|At the River||2018||$150||–|
|Horse Play||2019||$50||Mixed media|
|Morning Light||2018||$150||oil on paper|
|Rose (the Haflinger)||2016||Sold||commision|
|Tools of the Trade II: Hammer||2015||sold||–|
|Tools of the Trade I: File||2015||sold||–|
|The Blue Halter||2015||$100||–|
|Canby Fair Bronc
|The Golden Round
||2015||$50||Transparent watercolor with marbling.|
|Sizing Up the Competition||2014||sold|
|Keep Your Head
||2013||sold||This painting was inspired by a snapshot of Tobiah’s Journey taken on July 15, 2012 at Emerald Downs.|
|Got Carrots?||2013||sold||“Got Carrots” depicts Eddie, Peanut, and Mojo, three donkeys that I work with at the Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue satellite in Oregon City.|
|Winning Machine vs. Taylor Said||2013/2015||sold||This painting depicts the moment when 2012 Longacres Mile (Emerald Downs) winner Taylor Said starts to move past leader Winning Machine to win the race. It was eventually sold to the after-track owner of Winning Machine.
Transparent watercolor with acrylic marbling.
||2012||sold||This painting won 3rd Place in the Vivian F. McMurry Memorial Award (Adult Watercolor Division) at Equine Art 2012.|
|Stride for Stride
||2011||sold||This was taken in an early race (early races are in general the least prestigious) on Washington Cup 2011 day, but these two horses were still battling it out to get to that wire first.|
|Roan on a Stroll
|Steens Mustang||2008||$25||In 2006, we drove over to the Steens Mountains. We were very lucky and saw two herds. I hiked out to get a better look and was fascinated when one chestnut came out again and again to warn me away, twirling and generally expressing a desire for me to just go away.|
|Mary Margaret and Tui
||2008||sold||My friend Mary Margaret had a lovely bay Arabian mare named Tui.|