Port of Call
Port of Call
Hearing Voices
Hearing Voices
Speaking in Tongues
Speaking in Tongues


     "Duality and opposition are the main focus in my work. I believe everything has an opposite; a spiritual and temporal nature. Whether this is shown in a landscape by means of erosion or decay; or exhibited in human nature via the struggle between good and evil, light or dark. Touching upon these truths is paramount while creating a painting, it’s my aim to show and let others feel that tension, that duality of being, the constant battle between two forces. I employ color/shapes, textures and line as the primary vehicle to express these emotions in my work, to hopefully enlighten each of us to feel and see the battle either within or around us."

Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1992, Brigham Young University
Private study with Ralph Oberg, Matt Smith, and Scott Christensen

Solo/Group Exhibitions
2005 "Silence and Sage", One-man show, Kimball Art Center, Park City, Utah
2002-2008 Dixie Utah Invitational, St. George, Utah
2001-2003 Maynard Dixon Invitational, Mt. Carmel, Utah
2001-2007 Deseret News Landscape Show, Salt Lake City, Utah
2000 Arts for the Parks Top 100, Jackson Hole, Wyoming Museum

Museum Exhibitions
2008 - 2009 Zion National Par: A Century of Sanctuary, St. George Art Museum
2000 - 2007 Springvill Art Museum Salan Ahow, Springville, Utah
2002-2006 The Regional, St. George Art Museum

Awards and Honors
Arts for the Parks Top 100, 2000         
American Graphic Design Award – New York
Sierra Nevada Museum of Art – Best of Show 1984

15 Bytes, May 2008
Fine Art Connoisseur—April 2007
Southwest Art – August 2004
Art-Talk – April 2004
Salt Lake City Magazine – October 2003


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Day Four
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