Christopher Woolley

“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.


Mountain King
Mountain goat surveying his lofty domain; Mount Evans, Colorado.
Promised Land
This is a painting for those difficult and uncertain passages in life.
Mysterious Places
Towering rocks and prayer trees from Rampart Range, Colorado.
Single Mom
A cinnamon black bear casts a watchful eye toward her cub.

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