Tag Archives: Parks

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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The Little Tarn on Lillian Ridge

“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

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Badlands Jigsaw Puzzle – Now Available

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

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Ochre Stars in Trouble – My July Story in 48 North Magazine

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

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Some Small watercolors for the Whidbey Island Land Trust

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

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