Dawn from the Upper Saddle, Available, Tetons
This panorama shows the view looking north from the Upper Saddle of the Grand Teton. In the distance is Mt. Moran with Jackson Lake below, partly covered by low hanging clouds. This is very similar to the views from the west Ledge in the video, but framed by the steep cliffs of the Enclosure on the right and the Grand on the left.
Above Middle Teton GlacierOil on linen, Available, Tetons
This is the view of the Exum Ridge of the Grand from Middle Teton. This study became a much larger oil, 54 x 72 inches that is also featured on the cover of “Mountaineer’s Dawn” oil on linen, 9 x 12 inches, $ 850.
View from the Second Ledge of the North Ridge, Grand Teton, pencilPencil on Paper, Available, Tetons
I bivied on this ledge before finishing the route in the morning. The temperatures were cold and visibility was hazy.
View from the Summit of the Grand, PencilPencil on Paper, Available, Tetons
View looking north from the summit of the Grand towards Teewinot, Mt. Owen, and Jackson Lake.
Lower Saddle, EveningPastel on paper, Available, Tetons
An evening view of the Grand Teton from the Lower Saddle, done on location.
Table Mountain SunriseOil on linen, Available, Tetons
This is the view from Table Mountain looking towards the Grand Teton. The pastel study was done at dawn, with Eric Randall filming for the Arnold Project.
Upper Saddle of the GrandOil on linen, Not available, Tetons
This view is what one might see at dawn if you were climbing the Grand Teton via the Owen Spaulding Route. You are looking towards Mount Moran with Jackson Lake below.
View from the Summit of the GrandPastel, Not available, Tetons
I climbed the East Ridge of the Grand one summer with Kent Marshall and my son Jason. We slept the first night on the moraine, and started climbing in the morning. This route is long and moderate, with dramatic views.
Grand Teton, Emerging From CloudsOil on linen, Not available, Tetons
The Grand Teton emerging from clouds. The Grand may seem benign in the warm summer months, but the range can turn hostile very quickly.
Drizzlepuss Dusk, Mt. MoranOil on linen, Not available, Tetons
The view looking south from Mount Moran. The Drizzlepuss is a formation that separates the climbing route from the East Face proper.
Falling Ice Glacier, Mt MoranOil, Not available, Tetons
A view of the Falling Ice taken from the CMC Route. Mount Moran dominates the northern end of the Teton Range, and you can usually find a climbing route without the normal hustle and bustle of the tourist season.
Alpenglow on the South TetonOil on linen, Not available, Tetons
An early morning view of the alpenglow on the South Teton.