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Blog Posts by Larry Eifert

Once a Logging Road

  First, I’d like to apologize for the extra posts some people received a few days ago. Fuse blew in the studio, computers crashed, amazingly the post in question was duplicated 32 times and began sending the mailing list out. … Continue reading

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Golden-crowned Kinglet – Huckleberries

Not 20 feet out the studio window, Nancy’s blueberry leaves are showing some amazing fall bronze, green and yellow. So, then a little golden-crowned kinglet came along. This painting was just meant to be, I guess. Someone asked me how … Continue reading

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The Top of Our Hill – a new painting

Sorry, this is sold. About two minutes from my studio, our road drops to the Chimacum Creek Estuary. When we moved in here, we asked what was ‘down there’ and were told simply, ‘oh, some water, a few trees, it just … Continue reading

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Nuthatch in the Wild Cherry

Right down the lane from our studio some wild cherries are in the last throws of fall color. Bronze and red, yellow and  a little remaining green – stunning colors in a sea of cedars and fir. These trees appear to … Continue reading

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Chestnut-backed Chickadee

Sorry, it’s sold. I have an ongoing series with this little bird, and their buddies, the  nuthatches, kinglets and wrens. This time of year the leaves are mostly gone off the alders and maples, and for the first time in … Continue reading

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