Small piece I did after my beloved sled dog Iris passed away. Good therapy for me to feel like she was, and still is, there with me...
Sled dog study based on the line of dogs we have worked with for over ten years in our sled dog team.
A quick study of my beautiful girl Hera...
Quick study of a young birch tree...
The detail and simplicity of skulls has always fascinated me. I take great pleasure in using them as a subject for my art.
Experimentation with simplicity.
This piece was the main inspiration for many of my early logo design projects.
I'm Not Who I Used to Be
Personal piece created from the need to understand the transitions of life to death.
Directly inspired by the short life spans of the dogs many of us spend our lives with.
2005 Yukon Quest
Concept sketch that later became the design for the 2005 Yukon Quest pin, magnet and t-shirt.
Medieval art was one of the many things that inspired me to create in my early years.
Pup study which later found use as free coloring pages for kids at mushing events.
A quick study of my two girls Iris and Ursa checking scents in the dog yard.
My wonderful lovable Beano... leader of our sled dog team for many years.
Playing with perspective and testing the limits of depth in charcoal.
Horses were my first creative inspiration.
The patterns of the zebra were especially interesting. I would become blissfully lost in their beautiful design, much like I do when creating fur on my more detailed pieces.
Tigers were also an early inspiration for me. Anything with stripes...
Mother nature remains the supreme artist.
A quick wolf study... this piece may have been the first transition from horses into the canines I work with so much today.
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