Recent Blog Posts

Posted: Aug 10, 2018

A few years back I created a website that was meant to be a gathering place for LDS artists, but because of limited time I never really made it what it could have been. But as part of that project I researched some information that I want to keep for future reference: 

Art has an important role to play in life, and a direct impact on the human experience. We create art, we live with it and around it, we bring it into our homes and our lives. Art is something that helps to define us as...

Posted: Nov 29, 2017

Last week as we were heading down to CA to visit my sister for Thanksgiving, I received a text from a reporter from our local Battle Ground newspaper, The Reflector.  He said he was working on a story for Christmas, and wanted to promote local art and buying gifts locally, and asked if he could talk about my art.  Of course I was willing!  

Here's the article - and the image was a full 1/4 page in paper!  

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Posted: Jul 11, 2017

Why Guinevere? Well, after not painting much last year at all (mostly focused on writing the book), but also feeling a little lost artistically...  Amy and I visited England for the 2nd time.  We visited several galleries in both London and Oxford. After spending several days looking at all kinds of art I felt most impressed and inspired by some of the different Pre-Raphaelite paintings we saw. I was really moved by their ambition, their patience, the obvious planning, effort, and time that...

Posted: Jan 03, 2017

I confess, 2016 was not a very productive year for me as a painter.  I got it into my head to write a book, and it's finally finished and up on Amazon!  If you get a chance, please take a look: 

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Posted: Oct 19, 2015

Amy Jo and I have been enjoying the National Wildlife refuge in Ridgefield WA, which is not far from our home (just a few miles away).  I guess I got inspired to try my hand at some wildlife painting.  Typically I haven't thought about painting wildlife, but driving around this place and seeing so many different animals - mostly...