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Photoshop Restorations

Photoshop Restorations

The follow images are examples of restorative work done in Photoshop. These two water color images are over 50 years old and have seen the ravages of time.

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The Plains Dweller Watercolor

The Plains Dweller Watercolor

I long for simpler times, when there was a 360 degree view of the horizon, the stars in the night sky were unmistakable and the day was measured by the rising and setting sun.

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The Holidays

The Holidays

The Holidays are a wonderful time of the year. The month of December is full of hope, joy and the promise of the new year. The world is a kinder place, people are smiling and outgoing as they prepare for the season.

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The Warrior Flies With The Eagle

The Warrior Flies With The Eagle

The Warrior Fly’s With The Eagle is a tribute to indigenous people of our country. I grew up with the children of the Colville, Washington Native American Indians.

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Guardian Of The Night

Guardian Of The Night

When the winter sky turns dark and a gentle snow falls on the back range, hiding in the shadows is the “Guardian Of The Night”.

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Chalk Board Announcement

Chalk Board Announcement

Welcome the new love of your life with a personalize chalk board poster to announce his arrival. Personalize it to reflect your family and experiences.

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Company Branding

Company Branding

Your company’s branding is one of the most important tools a business has in it’s marketing tool box. The following images are the results of a project I recently completed.

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Writing On Stone

Writing On Stone

The horse was an integral part of the lives of the Blackfoot. Without them history would have to be re-written and the outcome would have been drastically different.

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Reading Magic

Reading Magic

One of my favorite pass times has always been reading, in fact the house could burn down if I have a good one on the go.

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Buffalo Trail

Buffalo Trail

The first buffalo trails of North America, were the traces made by bison and deer in seasonal migration and between feeding grounds and salt licks

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