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Sketching captures my thoughts and experiences then saves them for later reflection while enhancing the moment itself. Though I do have journals, it is clear that the traditional practice of faithfully recording the day’s events eludes me. Random thoughts get … Continue reading
In Derbyshire, on the banks of the Trent River, stands a limestone Anchorite cave church. Archaeologist Edmund Simons said: “Our findings demonstrate that this odd little rock-cut building in Derbyshire is more likely from the 9th century than from the … Continue reading
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
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.
An afternoon sketch from Chinooks at Salmon Bay, Seattle
It is 81F here in Mukilteo, WA but fall is peeking in the window. The longest, hottest and driest summer in history here in the Seattle area is about to end. I am so ready for rain.
Cafe umbrellas have been getting a real work out this summer in a city that is usually chided for its need for rain umbrellas. Not this summer.
It is gray in the yard, Christmas is over, so Spring, you can show up anytime now.
This is a large (3’x4′) acrylic on canvas painting that I did while the KingDome was still standing.