Living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming means at least six months of winter. While it is too cold for me to paint outside then, I am out every day. Most of these paintings were done from memory and / or photographs taken while walking Tosca along the Snake River early in the mornings. Fall's First SnowToo Cold For ColorWillows Near Moosehead RanchCottonwoods For MonetRed Barn In Winter, Spring GulchSteph's Bear TreeMoon Over Lone MountainMemory of AspensShadow Patterns On SnowRed Barn In Snow, WilsonCottonwood Study #1Cottonwood Study #4Cottonwood Study #5Christmas MorningAfter The StormWhiteoutSnow And Spring WillowsPhillips Ridge, DuskCold And ClearingMarch Willow Reflection, Gros Ventre RiverFirst Snow of NovemberSpring ComingAspen Shadows On A Snowy HillMarch And The Color Is Coming BackSnow-Laden BranchesSnowflakes, Red BarnChickadees Singing Mating SongSnowstorm, Hardeman BarnLife In The CountryFirst Snow Of November