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I'm a colored pencil artist based in Evergreen, Colorado. My favorite subjects are the landscapes and wildlife that symbolize this area. I enjoy spending time in the wilderness observing how things work in the wild. I try to document my impressions creatively through art, photography and writing.

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Hooded MerganserThe hooded merganser is a secretive creature that prefers to live in a secluded woodland somewhere near a small pond or stream. A mated pair nests in a...
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A winter cycloneOver the past month, the Front Range foothills have been battered by a series of severe storms. The latest of which has been appropriately deemed an...
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Fillius Loop TrailMarch has arrived like a lion and exerted it’s ferocious nature by unleashing a storm distinguished by heavy snow and sub-zero temperatures. The...
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"Urad Lake" Colored Pencil“Through art we can change the world.” ~ #twitterartexhibitIt’s a warm, summer evening at Urad Lake with skies of steel blue...
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Ponderosa PineThis week's post is written by my uncle, Jerry Covault. Jerry is a retired United States Forest Service Ranger. During his 33 years spent working on...
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"Moraine Park"During the early winter, ice chips are sprayed down from the Great Divide into the Moraine Park Valley. Heavy clouds lurk towards the horizon erasing from...
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"Mount Evans Snowscape" Mixed MediaIt's a cold and windy day in a spectacular basin known as Upper Bear Creek. Buried under a blanket of fresh snow, Mount Evans is a...
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Swainson's HawkSoaring majestically on summer thermals, the Swainson’s Hawk is a graceful buteo of the Great Plains. It gets its name from an early 19th century...
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"Teton Wildflowers" WatercolorDuring the dead of winter, I start yearning for the sound of birds and the scent of wildflowers. What better way to spend some down time...
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Beauty of snowDeprived of sunlight, January is a dark month defined by brown meadows, black forests and gray brush. This forbidding time of year is exacerbated by...
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Common GoldeneyeKountze Lake is a man-made reservoir located in the middle of the city of Lakewood. During spring and summer, the central oasis is a hotbed of activity...
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Bald EagleBack in 1872, Benjamin Franklin argued against the Bald Eagle’s nomination as the United States national symbol. The shifty bird’s frequent...
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"Western Slope Winter" Colored PencilIt seems like there’s always more snow on the other side of the Great Divide especially in the bottom of the Blue River...
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Sprague LakeIn 1874 Abner Sprague was the first person to homestead in Moraine Park, one of Colorado’s most scenic valleys. Further up in Glacier Basin he...
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DePoorter LakeDuring Wild West times, Julesburg was a dangerous place to live as it was a stomping ground for outlaws, gunslingers and Cheyenne Indians. Nearby Fort...
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