In 1979, I painted three "super realistic" landscapes, one of which represents a known location inside Granite Creek Park close to downtown Prescott, Arizona. Thumb Butte is shown in the background, whereas a road entering the park is visible in the foreground.

All three paintings were commissioned and hung in the dental office of Dr. Ted Winn. Later, they were moved to the Southeast where Dr. Winn relocated during retirement.

I attempted, in these acrylics, to learn from the process of realistically painting these scenes from nature. In this respect, it was an experiment. Little did I know at the time how much I would enjoy the experience of photographing Southwest landscapes as a significant part of my artist endeavor.

Presently, I combine photography and abstract imagery drawn from nature in many of my finished works of art, especially giclée prints.

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