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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Tag Archives: Parks
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
“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
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
I’ve been working away at some fairly large and complex murals for the Whidbey Island Land Trust project, but the project also involves a bunch of these smaller and fairly loose acrylic wash/pencil sketches – so I thought I’d pass them around. … Continue reading