One of my earliest masterpieces, The Undiscovered Waterfall was pallete-knife painted on a piece of gessoed masonite measuring 11" x 17" in the summer of 2003 while I was living as hermit in the southern Oregon Cascade Mountains near Crater Lake. Waterfalls abounded in the area, including 'undiscovered' ones. The sizing of this image offering is limited due to pre-existing limited-edition releases.
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Also Kindly Please Note: That anyone who desires to may acquire my images, in partnering with Fine Art America my purpose is to publicly offer a wide selection of my images as very affordable unsigned open-edition reproductions in a variety of desirable formats and sizes. In general however, I am not using Fine Art America to market originals of my work (excepting the specific lesser-priced and smaller works in my 'For Sale' gallery herein).
What I would like my viewers to know is that I do respond to anyone considering making an offer for any of my admittedly high-end major work, and that alternatively (usually only within the United States and given appropriate safety conditions being contractually satisfied) I do also lease many 'not for sale' masterworks under attractive terms. I therefore invite 'further information' inquiries (using the email links provided). Respectfully, as it qualifies your sincere interest, when inquiring I would appreciate you including your physical or mailing address and a direct telephone contact. I graciously thank you for your interest in my artistic creations.
June 11th, 2014
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