And That's When It All Went Away (Ocean Shores), oil on canvas, 26x48

Chris Sheridan

Creating landscape paintings has become a way to bring clarity to those overlaps, as the veil between dreams and reality wears thin. Each image is from a location that I have hiked to, camped at, or sat and quietly gazed upon. They are an exploration of the wonder and solitude that I experience there, as well as the fascinating light, textures and colors that attract my eye like moth to flame. They are entries to a journal of the places where I've found my focus again.


Casper, Wyoming, oil on paper, 22x18

South Fork Snoqualmie River - 2, oil on paper, 18x22

For What Lies Ahead, oil on canvas, 36x24

Ira Spring Trail - Bandera Mountain, oil on paper, 18x22

South Fork Snoqualmie River, oil on paper, 22x18