“My paintings are of the western landscape and its inhabitants. However, increasingly my work is becoming more than that. These paintings are wilderness images that speak of the human condition; our fears and frailties, hopes and endeavors. Our spiritual journey through a spiritual landscape; searching for Truth wherever it may lead.”
Christopher is a third-generation Colorado native who is primarily self-taught, working in transparent watercolors.
He credits the works of Georgia OKeeffe, Charley Russell, Thomas Moran and Tom Owens as having the greatest influence on his own efforts.