Produced on vintage 1941 chart, capturing much of the rugged Alaskan coast. Ocean spray fills the air as your bow cuts through the chilling Northern waves. Head to the off...
Activity abounds in the Tongass Narrows on the Ketchikan Waterfront. Whether heading out to the next fishing opening or working on a much-needed engine from your waterfront shop, there isn’t...
The Elded Rock Light Station is featured beneath the towering coastal mountains of Lynn canal. Vivid rich colors depicting this beautiful setting of a clear day with the bracing North...
The Anan Wildlife Observatory is world renowned for its extraordinary bear viewing opportunities. Home to one of Alaska’s largest pink salmon runs, it attracts a significant number of bears both...
Hidden opportunities await fisherman as they offload their daily catch. Experience the sounds of workers echoing throughout this secluded cove, surrounded by the back drop of the snow-capped Chilkat Mountains,...
Beachcombed treasures adorn coastal cabins, telling their story in Wrangell Alaska. Created at Petroglyph beach, where the land has its own stories to tell.
You aren’t alone, nature meets you at every corner of the Kenai Fjords. Depicting Cook Inlet, Resurrection Bay, and Prince William Sound. This pod welcomes you to explore their world.
Become part of the energy of Elfin Cove, where the briny sea air mingles with wood smoke, as the sleepy little community awakens.
The waiting colorful skiffs tied up on the beach in this protected cove held the promise of adventures to be had. They just looked poised for a day of exploring...
A colorful corridor of Alaskan fireweed greets you, as the cool glacial breezes give way at your back to the warmth and beauty of the Mendenhall River Valley.
The striking Five Finger Light Station stands sentry at the confluence of Stevens Passage and Fredrick Sound. A popular vista for nearby whales and passing vessels. The chart encompasses the...
Juneau’s mining Relics make a great subject for a morning of painting on Douglas Island’s Sandy Beach.
Norwegian roots run deep in the port of Petersburg Alaska. Stroll down Sing Lee Alley, to the Fisherman’s Memorial and experience this town with a long tradition of Commercial fishing.
Homeward bound, commercial fishing vessels stream towards Petersburg. Devil’s Thumb Mountain and the Wrangell Narrows greet them as they anticipate a much-needed respite.
Created on a vintage chart encompassing the Tongass National Forest. Breath taking views of glaciers and mountains provide a stunning setting, as commercial and charter vessels stream past in Southern...
I’m pretty certain there is not a more beautiful downtown than the city waterfront of Juneau Alaska. This painting was done outside on Juneau’s iconic waterfront on a beautiful summer...
Assorted vessels await a day of adventure in Katchemak Bay’s beloved Halibut Cove. Visitors gather at the top of the ramp, to enjoy lunch at the Saltry. The sea is...
Heading out for a day of relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of the busy Ketchikan Waterfront. This image on the Tongass Narrows chart, provides a glimpse of the unique...
In this scene of the busy summer Ketchikan waterfront. Every type of vessel, visitor or local, is underway in the Tongass Narrows.
Ride along with these locals as they explore their home shores. Pt. Retreat light station serves as a backdrop, distinctive of this Juneau area image.
Take an excursion to the face of Mendenhall Glacier. This print captures the surreal blue hue of the glacier in the early morning hours, as the crisp glacial breeze gives...
Recognized for its sentry like placement, New Eddystone Rock is a distinctive feature of Misty Fjords and Behm Canal.
Strong coastal winds pull at your sails, as your ushered Southbound from Resurrection Bay into awaiting Gulf of Alaska.
This expansive print captures the tranquil yet busy small Alaskan fishing ports in a realistic watercolor painting. Evoking memories of the unique in season buzz of small fishing towns (Pelican)...
Icicle Seafood unloads the bounty from Alaska oceans. In the fishing village of Petersburg Alaska, Devils Thumb Mountain frames this common waterfront scene. Created on a chart of the Southeast...
The iconic Castle Mountain boundary peak dominates the background of this painting I did this season on the Stikine River. I tried to capture that exhilarating sensation of heading upstream...
As the days grow shorter, boats nestle together in the harbor at Seward Alaska.
I did this paining from the view of the wheelhouse of my fishing boat on a crisps early spring morning. I was hoping that the artwork would capture the snug...
Just North of Juneau, Sentinel Light Station watches over whales and mariners in the serene waters of Southeast Alaska.
A lone bull moose inspects a skiff along the Stikine River, Created on a vintage Alaskan chart, this autumn scene highlights the iconic Castle Mountain.
Northbound sailboat rounding Pt. Retreat light station, heading home to Juneau.
This was done from my kayak, of the cozy Tenakee waterfront. This image fits perfectly on this chart inset of Tenakee Inlet.
Guard Island light station marks the entrance to the Tongass Narrows, just north of Ketchikan. A local fishing boat turns for home.
Fishing vessels wait in line to offload their catch. An image of Ward Cove Cannery, just North of Ketchikan
Fueled up and ready for the fishing season, this vessel leaves Juneau to head west into open waters, anticipating the bounty that awaits.