An Artist’s Weekly Work
Larry Eifert has more art installed, exhibited and sold in America's National Parks and preserves than any artist, current or past. With partner Nancy Cherry Eifert, a professional photographer and coordinator of Eifert's work, Larry lives in Port Townsend on Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
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We hiked along this slope, in and out of little groups of snow-stunted hemlock, and after awhile this stunning view appeared. The Bailey Range beyond, little tarn full of quiet reflecting water, alpine edge-of-the-forest where the mountain hemlocks group … Continue reading
“Little Tarn on Lillian Ridge” acrylic on board, 6″ x 9″ framed: $145. Actually, the little tarn doesn’t look anything like this, but it was a starting point. It’s a favorite place of ours, maybe yours too for a few … Continue reading
Certainly a fruitful spring here. Three fawns in the meadow, more Douglas squirrels than we can count, and the female junco whose nest is hidden in the hose coil is going on her third, yes third, brood. Yesterday I … Continue reading
Finally, our summer load of new puzzles have arrived, and Badlands National Park might prove to be a real winner. By my count (somewhat fuzzy) this is somewhere around the 80th jigsaw puzzle we’ve developed or licensed from my paintings. The … Continue reading
Click to on the story to enlarge it and read the most interesting and disastrous events unfolding around the Northwest’s starfish populations. I wrote and painted this page about a month ago for 48 North - but since then we’ve been looking … Continue reading