One of my missions in my lifetime is to see as much of the world as I can. When I have the chance to travel, I enjoy photographing it and now that I’ve started my own small business, I sell my art prints on both on my website and in my Etsy shop.
I love the idea of making spaces more beautiful with art. It’s how I express my creativity and also contribute by providing art that inspires or captures a mood. I’ve added several new landscapes and some of my photography to the growing collections. New additions below:
I spent an afternoon in Playa del Carmen on a recent trip to Mexico where I shot this trio of black hammocks and turned it into a dramatic yet restful scene.
A few years ago on a visit to Australia I shot this image of a pandanus tree blowing in the breeze in Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland. It’s one of my favorites because of its soothing combination of sea and botanicals.
This crooked palm tree I photographed in Tulum, Mexico is a reminder that imperfect things are beautiful.
Lovers of landscapes in muted tones will love Rocky Path with brushstrokes painting a serene scene of a walk through a forest.
I love the vintage vibe of this coastal landscape with its hills, rocks, and swirling brushstrokes.
Subtle watercolor strokes in earth tone hues combine to create this valley scene.
All artwork can be enlarged to 24×36” (a few enlarge to 30×40”, see listings) and they’re all for sale in the print shop.