These images reflect my feelings about an event or place that was special to me
Available on canvas or paper prints in various sizes
Sometimes a rock is just a rock. And sometimes lichen and other natural materials turn it into an abstract work of art. Found on a very dry mesa near Laguna, New Mexico.
Fantasy meets reality. Imagine the world of minerals, decayed leaves, and bio-active life below the surface of this back-lit cottonwood tree.
At a small backcountry lake in northern New Mexico, I imagined myself floating like a leaf in the cool breeze. Reflections of autumn colors add to the relaxing feeling.
The Trickster" oversees the Rio Grande Gorge south of Taos, NM.
The latest addition to my canvas portfolio. As you may know, Aspen groves are one organism, connected by their root system. What we cannot see, but know is essential to their survival.
I enjoy Bosque del Apache even when the cranes and geese are not present. This lone tree in the fields set against the distant mountains and evening sky was just too serene to let pass.
The details of this swallowtail wing remind me of natural fractals, and also the scales of fish, or feathers of birds. Complexity derived from simplicity.
Sometimes incredible sunsets just take you by surprise. I thought the best was over and headed home, only to see this as I passed I-40 on Rio Grande Boulevard in Albuquerque. The sculptures lit up just in time!
A glowing marvel of nature that visited my house one summer. I love the combination of color and semi-transparent wing blur.
A mineral pool at Mammoth Hot Springs provided me with endless possibilities for abstract images. Sulfur, iron, calcium and other compounds combine to create wonderful compositions.
Late winter snow, steam from a hot pot, and 'flowing' mineral deposits are combined in this composition at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone.
The aspen groves in the Sangre de Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico are extensive and inviting. Allow yourself to walk right into this glowing grove and let your troubles go.
High desert blue skies and scattered clouds reflect off the Rio Grande river to remind us of the most precious resource on our small blue planet.
The ever-changing landscape at Yellowstone is shaped by a huge underground magma chamber. Fantastic Travertine terraces are one creation of the process that heats underground mineral water and deposits limestone.