This was a candid shot from a engagement portrait session. I enjoyed the vivid colors so much I thought it would make a good oil painting, too.
These trees are far too tall for the traditional photo format, so I stitched a few shots together in order to try and capture the perspective a little better.
Oregon’s Highway 97 is one of the more banal, yet beautiful routes to adventure on if you give it your attention and some extra time. A slow, meandering highway through Eastern Oregon, there are so many beautiful moments like this early wheat crop. It’s what inspired the original Windows XP desktop.
This is a close-up shot of the long-gone Mississippi Street Nerd. I can’t remember who threw these iconographic nerds all over the places, but I snapped this image as the wood underneath started splitting from the summer heat. Ah, texture…
2014 North Coast Seed Building Open House.
This is a photo I took of my long-time bud PK, doing what he does best. Digital photo turned oil painting.
Another great open house at North Coast Seed Building this year. This time I made some portraits for the willing, and summarily turned seventeen of the photos into paintings. Thanks for coming down! The 17 images are in the gallery.