This is a watercolor I did from a photo I took in Vienna. My wife is the lady sitting alone at the table. It was a great place to eat and people watch. 
This is a watercolor. It is now on the wall of an engineering firm in Boise, Idaho
This is one of my early attempts at an acrylic painting. 
This is a painting I did for a wedding present for someone special. They are both great ballroom dancers.
This is a watercolor of the Boise train depot. I donated the panting for an auction to raise funds for a school.
This is a portrait of my dog, Banjo. I did this with pastels.
This is an acrylic painting.
This is a watercolor of a beautiful creek scene in Canada.
This is a watercolor. This painting is in an office building in Boise.
This is a watercolor of an early winter scene on a ranch.
This is a watercolor of one of the entrances to Red Square in Russia. I painted this shortly after my second visit to Russia.
This is an acrylic painting. I stepped a bit out of my comfort zone and painted from my imagination.
This is an oil painting. I did this painting in a Mary Carole workshop. She is a wonderful teacher and I learned and enjoyed the experience very much.
This was another experimental painting for me. It is somewhat impressionistic. It was done in acrylic and won a second place for me at the Idaho State Fair.
This is one of my personal favorite watercolors. It is called, "The Light in the Forest."
This is a watercolor I did just before Boise's popular Lucky 13 eatery closed down and moved from the historic North End to a new location.
This is a watercolor of a Montreal restaurant.
This is a watercolor of a Bayou scene.
This is another favorite watercolor. I used a photo that was given to me by someone who vacationed at a dude ranch. The photo was shot early morning with the mist combined with the dust from the herd. 
This was an oil painting I did using the wet-in-wet technique.
This is a watercolor I did from a photo I took in Moscow. It fascinated me because it had an old church in the foreground and a new one in the background.
This is a watercolor of a Paris alley.
This is a watercolor of my old dog, Penny. We lost her to cancer when she was 17.
This is an acrylic I painted from a photo I took in Italy. That is my wife reading the menu. It was a wonderful restaurant in Bellagio. 
This is another Oil I painted in a Mary Carole workshop. 
This is a watercolor I painted from a picture I took in Moscow, Russia.
Another watercolor of a couple of Russian churches.
This is a watercolor of a Russian depot.
This is a watercolor of a Russian Park.
This is a watercolor of a Russian church. I later did an acrylic of the same church and won a second place at the Idaho State Fair with it.
This is a watercolor of another Russian train stop.
This is an acrylic I did as a gift for a couple who married after about a 20 year engagement.
This is a watercolor of a Spanish mission overlooking the ocean.
This is a watercolor I did......and forgot to photograph before it ended up in someone's ranch house in Montana.
This is an acrylic called, "Standoff at Foggy Bottom."
This is an oil of a rocky coastline. I started it as a wet-in-wet painting and elaborated on it.
This is an oil I did using the wet-in-wet technique for the basic painting and later added the rider and horses.
This is a charcoal I entered in the Idaho State Fair. It won a first place for me.
This is an acrylic I did from a photo I took on Lake Como in Italy.
This is a watercolor of a couple waiting for a restaurant to open in Spain.
This is an oil I did using the wet-in-wet technique
This is an oil I did using the wet-in-wet technique for the basic painting and later added the elk.
This is an oil I painted in a Bill Blackman workshop. He was in his 80s when I took the workshop and he was still a great teacher and painter.
These are three paintings I entered in the Idaho State Fair and returned with ribbons.
This is me doing a pencil drawing of my dog, Banjo. He didn't really sit still for the drawing. Fortunately I had a photo to work from.
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