By using a limited color palette, the focus becomes tonal, with elements of abstraction within a western landscape aesthetic.
b.1961 - Workman has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Brigham Young University. He worked as architectural illustrator before painting full time. While at work in his studio in Utah, he uses a limited color palette leading to him being described as a tonalist. His bucolic, panoramic landscape paintings embrace the historic aesthetics of the western canon while being simultaneously infused with elements of abstraction.