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Blog Posts by Larry Eifert

Royal Basin – The Upper Trail

Another original painting in this current series of Olympic Mountain images. This has been an amazing summer of backpacking and day-hiking for us, and memories of some of it are reappearing in my studio. It’s been many years since we’ve … Continue reading

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Wilson’s Warbler Study

This painting is still available as of Tuesday, August 26 at 8am PDT. Email me if you’re interested. We have a little pond, an important water source this time of year for all sorts of wildlife – squirrels, deer, probably bear … Continue reading

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Winter Wren Study

 This painting was sold before it hit the blog, but I wanted to post it anyway. Saw this little guy in the broken fir right out the studio window. I love these little birds with their cocked short tails and … Continue reading

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Royal Basin Trail – Into the Light

We recently hiked this glorious trail, and I always love to relive good times by painting them. Miles of old-growth forest in a mature western hemlock forest, trails going off in various directions to alpine places of glorious solitude, the … Continue reading

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Spotted Towhee Branch Study

I watch these birds each morning and noon, scrambling around on the big feeder just a few feet from our table. ‘Saucy’ would be a good towhee-adjective, active and constantly tail-flicking, they probably have to eat all the time just … Continue reading

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