Monthly Archives: November 2018

Sunset on Mt. Rainer


This is bit of a different composition for me. I saw similar coloring of Mt. Rainer in a photo, it inspired me to play with the idea and add a bit of connection to the water of Puget Sound or … Continue reading

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The last few days journaling


There is something wonderful about tracking your life in sketches and words. Suhita’s blog, Sketch Away is great inspiration.

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A painting of hope


There are dark skies these days, it is in times like these that the light is brighter and the flowers most appreciated, I cling to that. This is an acrylic on a 9×12 canvas, prints available.

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Flowers in Newberg, thanks Pete


I never tire of flowers, they are right up there with landscapes and buildings. My friend Pete Miller posted a photo on FB, I asked if I could do a sketch, thankfully he said yes.

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My new pochade box finally came!


My last blog described my transition to theTravelsketcher. Today my gift to myself finally came – Amazon left the unit number off the address, resulting in an extra day of unwelcome delayed gratification. My SOHO Urban Artist Pochade Box arrived … Continue reading

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How I became theTravelsketcher


Twenty-five years ago, this coming January, I boarded a plane at SEATAC airport headed to Racine Wisconsin. Prior to that I had been to Mexico twice, and flights for business in the Western States – a business traveler yet not … Continue reading

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