Summer is here and Father’s Day is just around the corner. I am excited to share the first part of my summer work, some of America’s most iconic National Parks.
In the early years, I looked for ways to add to my winter work. Yellowstone is perhaps the most famous but Rocky Mountain National Park holds a special place in my heart.
Between 1988 and 1991 and on my way to photograph many of Colorado’s ski resorts, I thoroughly captured Rocky Mountain National Park from the sky. I painted it between client projects and was fortunate to later get a call from the Rocky Mountain Nature Association who needed just such a view for retail posters and postcards. In 1994, Avid Hikers Fran Grooters and Joan VanHorn approached me with a concept of Rocky Mountain National Park trail map with the green, blue and black markings to show difficulty similar to those used by ski resorts. They named their maps “Trail Tracks”. Several regional maps which included National Parks were produced.
Four of the most famous National Parks are now available.
We are also excited to announce six more winter Art Prints available now: