It’s “Snowing/Raining/Slushing” this morning on Bountiful Ridge and the wind is lightly blowing just enough to make it cold outside, which makes me glad that I’m inside where it’s warm. Spring has finally arrived, and the warm sunshine of Summer will soon be upon us.
We can then abandon our architectural cocoons and venture out into a (hopefully) Virus free “Great Outdoors”. Our Parks and Playgrounds will once again be teeming with Children and Adults, participating in the things we enjoy so much by living within this beautiful State.
One which provides us with such a wide variety of outdoor activities to enjoy.
This also includes the many Artists who venture into the mountains to paint their breathtaking landscapes, or those who travel the back roads recording the visual histories of our Ranches, Farms and other memorable places which are so inspiring to all of us. After the many months of Lockdown throughout our State I do not foresee the Mosquitoes, Bugs landing on a wet painting, or even the hot days ahead of the Artist, being as aggravating as they were in the past. And should you drive by an Artist out of doors working at their easel, give them a wave and a smile. It will bless their day and lift their spirits. 
Below you will see a few Oil Paintings from some of my Great Outdoor adventures in the recent past.  For information about their availability or prices please visit my web site