Category Archives: Watercolor
When I was young, 8-10, I would spend a week every summer with my grandparents in Independence, Oregon. My grandpa drove a Union 76 oil delivery truck. On the day he delivered to the farms I got to ride along. … Continue reading
The city Christmas tree sits on the hill overlooking Lighthouse Park, a beautiful site for this time of year.
I have bee painting the mountains that I have hiked and enjoyed in my life, here are a few. Can you identify them?
The first half of my life I lived in Oregon. Mt Hood and it’s trails were home and even today are frequently in my thoughts. Sitting tonight in front of the fire I did a painting, winter colors are amazing.
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
Looking out the window on a blustery fall morning. An abstract collage of color with bare branches crisscrossing the scene.
The tide was lower than normal yesterday, exposing green rocks and providing a rich hunting ground in the shallow water for the local herons. A clear cerulean blue sky changed the often gray green water to a deep blue. Watching … Continue reading
The last two mornings I went early to Mukilteo Beach, here is the result
Washington Park Arboretum is one of the gems of Seattle. I walked along Azalea Way, dazzling colors all around. This old gnarled tree caught my attention.
Watercolor and ink on 9×16″ paper From The Oyster Bar on Chuckanut drive