I am offering a selection of artworks to friends and family of the UW Foundation. Many of these artworks are available for print, with a portion of proceeds going to benefit the UW Foundation.
Gannett on the DinwoodyOil on linen, Available, Wind River Range
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.
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.
CMC Camp, Mt MoranPastel on paper, Available, Tetons
Here is one of the most beautiful campsites in the Tetons. Below is Leigh Lake and further right are String and Jenny lakes.
Gannett Peak and the Dinwoody RiverPastel, Available, Wind River Range
Dinwoody Creek runs a milky blue from the glacial silt. Gannett Peak appears quite imposing from the lower parts of the valley.
Dawn Light on the Snowy Range, From Sugarloaf MountainPastel, Not available, Wyoming
Medicine Bow Range, Wyoming
Snowdrift LakeOil on linen, Available, Tetons
I visited Snowdrift Lake one summer. My wife and I bushwhacked up Avalanche Canyon since there is no trail.
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.
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.
View from Upper Saddle of the Grand Teton, EveningOil on linen, Available, Tetons
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.
Alpenglow on the South TetonOil on linen, Not available, Tetons
An early morning view of the alpenglow on the South Teton.