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...
This misty morning fall scene, painted from the banks of the Stikine River, captures the charm of the Border House. An unexpected icon of earlier days in a pristine wilderness...
Juneau’s aged pump house still stands, watching over the channel for passerby’s on Douglas Island across from Juneau.
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.
Soft ocean breezes kick up sand along the beach, as a lone sailboat glides along towards Juneau. Mist lifts in the approaching morning sun.
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...
The Coastal Boundary Mountains create an awe-inspiring backdrop, as icebergs float lazily on a hot summer day in Shakes Lake, providing ice for the cooler of a visiting skiff.
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...
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...