• Yellowstone National Park •
This is the next of my US National Park pieces. These are proving really fun to put together. Once I have a third ready (Grand Canyon) I will make them in to a set, for now they are also available as individual prints in my shop (link in profile)
I’m so excited to be showing with this group of artists again! If you are in Salt Lake this Friday please stop by— “Language shapes landscapes, both internal and external, political and private, magical and mundane, metaphoric and literal. To name something is to know it, intimately, but how are we to name that which we don’t yet have the vocabulary for, or for which our words are inadequate? How might we come to read messages written in the stones and the water like we would from a book? And what of the particular language of ownership, that marks the edge of what we call wild? Caught in the intersection of language and landscape, words--whatever form they might take--attempt to record, reconstruct, and organize the human/earth relationship on both a personal and public scale. “ Thanks @ronlinn87 for the awesome statement!
Filling the well on an #artistdate with @jean_warner_art . Letting the raindrops reveal the gorgeous colors and magic of Mother Nature. We found a little shack to give us shelter while we created and ‘soaked’ in the surroundings. A rainy day adventure! ✨
Despite living so close to this #streamcrossing , I never saw a stream in it. Earlier last December my roommate ran there after a 🌧 storm and recommended visiting it ASAP. I went the next day with my #pleinair#sketching gear but was disappointed to see it all dry. It was a #flashflood after all. With these past few days of #rain , yesterday got to see the #stream in its full glory. My sketching phase is on the way down now so was happy with just a picture. #watercolors