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24x30" Acrylic on Canvas
A red-eared slider turtle glides through the crystal waters of Green Valley lake as a kayaker comes into view in the background.
30x40" Acrylic on Canvas
w/ Brass Bee Accents
This piece was created for the "Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking?" art show.
Mixed Media on Canvas
Collaboration with Rafael McMaster
Abstract: Rafael McMaster
Eagle: Emily Brantley
A family of humpback whales migrate through cool blue waters. These gentle giants travel thousands of miles each year to give birth in warm, southern waters. This migration is one of the greatest of any creature on earth.
Original Acrylic on Birch Wood
A curious California sea lion dives deeper to take a closer look at you. Playful and inquisitive by nature, this golden-brown female sea lion glides free in her natural habitat.
"California sea lions are very social animals, and groups often rest closely packed together at favored haul-out sites on land or float together on the ocean's surface in "rafts." They are sometimes seen "porpoising," or jumping out of the water, presumably to s
Original Acrylic on Canvas Board
Three orcas emerge from the shadowed depths of chill northern waters, sunlight refracting through the water to ripple in ever-changing patterns across their sleek backs.
Orcas are apex predators, making them "top dog" in their territory. Social and highly intelligent mammals, they travel in pods and practice sophisticated, team-based hunting techniques.
Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas
This is a collaborative piece with artist Rafael McMaster who created the abstract background.
Acrylic on Cradled Birch
No footprints in the sand here... It's a secret beach, where dolphins play in the shallows, their sleek forms casting shadows on the white sand underneath the clear, tropical water.
24x30" Acrylic on Cradled Birch
Lanikai means "heavenly sea" in Hawaiian. I recently returned from a trip to Maui and, as always, was entranced by the wonderland that exists under the ocean's surface.