Not sure about her newer stuff, I have one of her first series called The Salmon. I also have a few others. Like my dad said (he knows many of the natives responsible for the revival of the West Coast Native Art form...there is a story there!) Not bad for a white girl...
Hope that last statement isn't ot politcally incorrect
I'm still stuck on wildlife art. There was an artist I was particularly fond of. Donald Grant. He laid the paint on in a ”painterly” style yet rendered his subjects accurately and he was a master of light and shadow.
His work was a breath of fresh air in the time where artists where trying to paint photorealism. I think Grant came a bit late to the game and never obtained the popularity of his contemporaries. The bandwagon was already hopelessly overloaded with mediocrity and copycat artists. Sadly, he past away a few years ago. No website I know of.
I also enjoyed the pre 80's works of Coheleach and enjoyed some art from Simon Combes. BTW, Simon passed away in December.
I love his paintings. It brought back so many memories and now I want to purchase some to put in my shop for memories more than to sell.
I spent two wonderful years on Whidbey Island, so the one of Deception Pass was beautiful and magical, and spending a sunday afternoon at Pikeplace markets stocking up on fresh vegies and fish. Infact my grandma had that print and I've always wanted it.