This is the view of the Exum Ridge of the Grand from Middle Teton.
I captured this view looking down from the Teton Glacier moraine.
In 2013 I went to Patagonia with my pastels. I made several on location pastels, of which this became a large oil. The artwork measures 48″ by 32″, and it shows the dawn light hitting Fitzroy from the east.
This is Gannett Peak, Wyoming’s highest peak, (13,804 feet) from Dinwoody Meadows. Oil on linen, 24″ by 20″.
On this trip into Dinwoody Creek I had one of the most stunning views of Gannett. You are looking at the Gooseneck Glacier with views of the moraine and Horse Ridge towering above the meadow on the left.
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.
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.
I visited Snowdrift Lake one summer. My wife and I bushwhacked up Avalanche Canyon since there is no trail.
The Grand Teton emerging from clouds. The Grand may seem benign in the warm summer months, but the range can turn hostile very quickly.
The view looking south from Mount Moran. The Drizzlepuss is a formation that separates the climbing route from the East Face proper.
A view from the Upper Saddle of the Grand Teton, Evening. Original Artwork by Joe Arnold. Joe has been painting the Tetons in various settings since 1974.
An early morning view of the alpenglow on the South Teton.
A view looking down on Middle Teton Glacier with the Grand Teton and Teewinot in the Background. Exum Ridge in relief.