It was SO hard to choose just one piece by this artist, because all his work is amazing. But for now, I'd like to talk about the piece above, "Shadowed by Coyotes". I think this piece is so strong compositionally because the main figure is dwarfed by the surrounding coyotes, and she is highlighted by her orange shirt and her placement in the white snow. The girl and her dog are slightly off center, which also help to strengthen the composition. It is important to note the vantage point of this piece, because it could have been done from below, which would've the effect of huge coyotes looming above the girl, and might have instilled a sense of panic, but the artist chose a high vantage point which gives the sense that the viewer is observing the girl calmly, even bravely walking her dog.
I'm really glad i found this artist. He has had a wide range of clients, including many well-known magazines. His work is so powerful, yet delicate. He mixes ban elements with nature, daily life with surrealism and various mythologies. As I mentioned earlier, he makes very good use of different vantage points. Some of this work uses screen-printed elements, and occasionally the colors are offset, yet it does not detract from the art; in fact, I think it enhances it.