Monday, February 10, 2014

Visit my website at

I've created a new website that will feature my ongoing graphic design, marketing, and artwork projects from now on. It is mainly for my enjoyment and a way to share my creativity. It is also a place to direct clients for portfolio reviews and feed back. Please visit and let me know what you think. Thanks for the support.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Maple Mountain Watercolor

I received an email from a friend, three days before Christmas, asking me to paint a watercolor of Maple Mountain for a gift. I completed the painting in a day and sent it off to a new owner. Hope they like it as much as I enjoyed painting it! 

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Maple Mountain Ablaze

Just completed this oil painting of Maple Mountain in the autumn. My brother and his wife wanted a painting of Maple Mtn. and this is what they got. Hope they like it. I have some obsession to capture the beauty of this mountain in art. I could paint it over and over...and well, I guess I do. Enjoy!

Monday, April 4, 2011

Home for a Friend

I finished this oil painting for a friend. She grew up in the gorgeous home located in Fountain Green, Utah. Good luck finding it on a map. If you blink you will miss it but a quaint town nonetheless. For some reason this painting gave me the fits. Probably because I haven't painted in a while and I am kind of OCD when it comes to my projects.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

New Website

Please visit my new art website,
Seth Ollerton Creative

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Underwater Digital Painting

So I have been experimenting with digital painting and this is one piece that actually worked out. Digital painting is just like drawing and painting but instead of traditional paints and canvass, I am using a computer, Photoshop and a mouse. Trying to paint digitally with a mouse is like using a rock to paint. One day I will upgrade.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Old Rusty

I found some good photos of these old rusty trucks and I thought they would make great watercolors. I hope to do a series of them and hopefully they get better and better.