This wildlife painting is of Canada geese behind my old studio. During the winter season, the field behind my fine art studio was full of Canada geese, eating and resting in the sun. Around sunset, they would lift off in small groups and fly down to the Gunnison River for the night. I will never get tired of watching birds!
I have had two clients request oversized, gallery wrapped gicleés of this painting (40×60). They are fabulous!
The desert southwest is full of secret places; deep canyons, arroyos, seeps, ruins, and wondrous places of deep shade in the rugged desert. My hope is that these places remain secret, or that those who pass through pass through lightly. This wolf stands in a shady patch under lichen-covered rocks, a few petroglyphs bearing evidence to those who passed before.
I love border collies, and I love to watch them move sheep! 20"x16" Acrylic on Canvas/Available Click HERE for more info. Prints in multiple sizes are also available HERE Visit http://NanceeJean.com to view more of my work
When my painting studio faced south toward the Gunnison River I was able to watch waterfowl fly the canyon every day. Geese, ducks, herons, eagles, and sandhill cranes flew over that waterway and I enjoyed watching them every day. The eagles were always impressive!
Acrylic on Canvas 12"x30"/Available Click HERE for more info. Prints in multiple sizes are also available HERE Visit http://NanceeJean.com to view more of my work
The canyons in Lake Powell are full of wonder and mystery. My husband and I were floating back from Davis Gulch and this blue heron followed our course for a while, perching on rocks and observing as we drifted by. Beautiful day; beautiful memory.
16x20 Acrylic on Canvas/Available
Original Red Rocks Landscape Painting /Prints also available Click HERE to purchase. Visit http://NanceeJean.com to view more of my work
This painting is the 5th painting in a series inspired by Native American legends. These works bring me back to my illustration roots. I love painting the visual imagery of a colorful narrative. Native American legends are colorful and full of life and the natural world. I paint these uniformly: all are the 36x24 and all are painted on Yupo mounted to gatorboard. I love indulging my love of detail and "close work. The legend that inspired this painting is retold HERE
The high desert of western Colorado is beautiful! Meeker, Colorado hosts an impressive annual event; the Meeker International Sheepdog Trials. Border collies and their handlers come from all over the world to compete for a grand prize. The dogs are amazing! I love painting this event!
Original Colorado Landscape Painting With Sheep