Jared Hankins

    • Misty Gore
    • Oil on Panel
    • 42 x 60 inches
    • $8750
    • Capitol Peak
    • Oil on Panel
    • 42 x 42 inches
    • $6250
    • Mount Holy Cross
    • Oil on Panel
    • 42 x 42 inches
    • $6250
    • The Grand
    • Oil on Panel
    • 42 x 42 inches
    • $6250
    • Third Flatiron
    • Oil on Panel
    • 44 x 70 inches
    • $10500
    • Denali
    • Oil on Panel
    • 18 x 18 inches
    • $1200
    • Aconcagua
    • Oil on Panel
    • 18 x 18 inches
    • $1200
    • Vinson Massif
    • Oil on Panel
    • 18 x 18 inches
    • $1200
    • Corbet's
    • Oil on Canvas
    • 75 x 62 inches
    • $9000
    • Birds of Prey
    • Oil on Canvas
    • 68 x 54 inches
    • $7500
    • Sun Up Bowl
    • Oil on Canvas
    • 75 x 75 inches
    • $10000
    • Blue River I
    • Oil on Canvas
    • 72 x 100 inches
    • $15000
    • Blue River II
    • Oil on Canvas
    • 72 x 100 inches
    • $15000
    • The Thaw
    • Oil on Canvas
    • 84 x 100 inches
    • $15000
    • High Rollin'
    • Oil on Panel
    • 54 x 84 inches
    • $18000
    • Suspension
    • Oil on Panel
    • 55 x 48 inches
    • $7500

Artist Statement

Inspired by some recent documentaries on big mountain skiers and mountaineers, I began to think through how I would approach a mountain series. As I researched imaging, I was surprised that I could not find decent art painted from a skiers perspective or the aspects of the mountain that my friends and I ski. Most mountain-scapes tend to be vague landscapes with the mountain as a backdrop from an onlooker’s perspective, not from a participant. I use early black and white imaging of the American West as inspiration for capturing the gritty, timeless quality of these peaks. By adding subtle tone and a more contemporary composition, I hope to pay homage all of the explorers and ski industry innovators that have made these mountains accessible.