The Glen Haven Gallery
Artwork inspired by the historic structures of Glen Haven and the surrounding area.
The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Gallery
Artwork inspired by the dunes, forests, wetlands, streams, homesteads, and meadows of the National Lakeshore. Other galleries have Sleeping Bear art as well.
The Other Sleeping Bear Gallery
Artwork that is inspired by the National Lakeshore but subject matter or places that are a bit different than the norm
The Port Oneida Gallery
The beautiful old houses, barns, out buildings, and junk that are a part of the National Lakeshore have many stories to tell about the people that once called this home.
The Water Gallery
The lakes, rivers, streams, wetlands, and springs were the focus
The Dune Gallery
Artwork where the textures, colors, and the forces that mold the dunes were a creative essential
The Black and White-ish Gallery
Sometimes tonality of the subjects are primary. Maybe a hint of color pulls the composition together.
The My Michigan Gallery
Just a smattering of artwork from other places in the Great Lakes State
The Lake Tree Project
A small Jack Pine started its life in the back-dunes on Lake Michigan, but as the shores eroded it found itself in a fight with all the elements that the lakeshore could throw at it.
Panoramas — Horizontal and Vertical
Sometimes the inspiration is from all directions of the compass or sometimes the inspiration is from my feet to the clouds.
The Isle Royale Gallery
I had an incredible time as an Artist-in-Residence on Isle Royale — and I think it shows
The Flowers Gallery
I like wildflowers (and other plant life)— period.
The Ice Caves Gallery
Numb fingers, snow in my face, falling ice shards — but I think it was worth it
The Night Sky Gallery
I feel sorry for city dwellers where light pollution masks the night sky. We all need to adventure into the wild places at night where the heavens can tell their story.
The Edinburgh Gallery
A lovely city that inspired me to wonder and play.
The Interesting Takes Gallery
When you are used to doing things a certain way it is good to take a 90° turn and find out what you have missed.
The Puddle Project
The Looking West Gallery
Yes, I do venture outside my home state and find amazing stuff.