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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.
 
Bear GulchBear Gulch is a steep ravine knifing through the forested foothills of Genesee Park, Colorado. Once you enter into the forbidding chasm, a rocky trail goes...
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Painted Lady ButterfliesDuring a sunny Saturday while searching for the elusive Genesee bison, a seemingly insignificant insect stole the show. In one day, we must have...
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Cub Creek ParkDrifting down out of Brook Forest, Cub Creek is a docile stream graced with a friendly disposition. Cut through a quaint woodland, the usually lively...
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Dispersing clouds over Bergen PeakOn an early morning in Colorado's Front Range foothills, Founders Trail was blurred in a haze of smokey fog. Dawn broke dark and cold...
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Pass Lakes, ColoradoThe ascent begins in the foothills and gradually transforms into an alpine environment where only the strong can survive. Ultimately, the wide open...
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The old, stone houseDeep in the sandhills of western Nebraska, the old stone house is ruined. It's settled in a secluded valley, serving as a crumbling reminder of days...
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A Talk with the Woods"Go sit under a tree and listen and think." ~ Walt WhitmanThis week's post is written by my uncle, Jerry Covault. Jerry is a retired United States...
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"The Old Stump, Elk Ridge" Colored PencilThe morning after a spring storm, Elk Ridge is buried under a blanket of fresh snow. Irregular shapes undulate across the...
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Mule Deer BuckWhile hiking up Elk Ridge on a blue, summer evening, the mountainside is drenched and surprisingly cold. Colorful wildflowers hug close to the muddy trail...
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Palm trees on the PacificOur blue planet is dominated by the five great seas from which the Pacific is the biggest, deepest and most inhabited. The vast ocean fills the...
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Broad-tailed HummingbirdRocky Mountain summers are distinguished by warmer temps, colorful wildflowers and the metallic trill of thin air whistling through the wings of...
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"Sneffels Range Spring" WatercolorTucked discretely below the Dallas Divide, the Sneffels is a scenic sub-range of the San Juan Mountains. The confusion of untidy crags...
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Mount Evans WildernessGoliath Peak is a steep warmup to the withering heights encompassing the Mount Evans Wilderness. You receive a warm welcome as a carpet of colorful...
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General Custer fell hereAfter destroying Custer's entire battalion, the warriors raced south across the ridges to engage the last remnant of the Seventh Cavalry. Lying...
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Medicine Tail Coulee FordWhat happened to General Custer after he separated from Major Reno is one of the great mysteries of the American West. Because there were no...
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