Little Spirit Tree Maiden
It is called by the Ojibwe “Manidoo-giizhikens” or “Little Spirit Tree”. The earliest record of this tree is by the French explorer Sieur de la Verendrye in 1731 who commented on the tree as a mature tree at that time, making it at least 300 years old. Look closely you may see a maiden watching over the lake. If interested in a signed print go the “Gunflint Series” category.
Ghost Farm Girl
Voyager Returns To Boundary Water Camp
This 16×20 artwork shows a voyager coming back to camp after a long day. Fur, traps, and provisions all ready to be unloaded with just enough daylight left to get ready for a good fire. This Giclee print is signed and ready for mat and frame.
Sunrise Barn Sermon
This 16×20 work shows a young women taking a moment to enjoy a stunning sunrise illuminating a barn and creating it’s own glass window drama. You can almost hear the accompanying early morning choirs of bird songs and soothing winds gently blowing over the awakening fields. If you know the farm you can appreciate this scene and what is happening in it.
On A Wing And A Wish
This original of this art was created for the “Make A Wish” foundation in Eastern Iowa. A young girl is making a wish and putting it on the wings of a Monarch butterfly. She is standing in front of the castle in Eagle Point Park in Clinton Iowa. Eagle Point Park sets right above the Mississippi and has some of the most spectacular views anywhere of the river. This 16×20 Giclee print is now available for purchase. All prints are signed and ready for your frame.
Split Rock Light House On Lake Superior
Fancy Shoes on The Farm
Grand Marais Minnesota Lighthouse
Totino Grace Letter Jacket in Leaves
Little Spirit Tree
This 16″ x 22″ print is titled “Witchtree Maiden”. This knarly conifer has watched the history of the lake from its spot growing right out of the rock on the edge of lake Superior. It is called by the Ojibwe “Manidoo-giizhikens” or “Little Spirit Tree”. The earliest record of this tree is by the French explorer Sieur de la Verendrye in 1731 who commented on the tree as a mature tree at that time, making it at least 300 years old. Because it is held as sacred by the Ojibwe they still leave offerings of tobacco as the voyagers and their ancestors did hundreds of years ago to ensure a safe journey on Lake Superior. If you look closely at this painting you may see a maiden watching over the lake.
The most recent art piece created for the “Make A Wish” foundation of Eastern Iowa to auction off this Spring. This signed 16×20 piece is now available to purchase. It shows a couple dancing a summer night away with a spotlight provided by the barn overhead light and the stars shining above.
Totino Grace 2016 Championship Art
Titled “It’s More Than A Game”
Celebrate the Totino Grace Championship 28-20 win over Eden Prairie Every Day with this super detailed 12.5 x 18.5 signed color print.
This one of kind original acrylic painting on canvas captures not only the 2016 Totino Grace 13- 0 championship team but also the tradition, spirit and the brotherhood that makes football at Totino Grace so special.
If you were celebrating with the team at US Bank Stadium on the night of November 25th. You know what it was like, this painting captures that moment with vivid details.