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.
Tag Archives: Trails
Just one more of my recent summer alpine series – please? I’m happy to say almost all of these current paintings are now sold. In August, I had most of a day to roam the meadows of this area, and it seems … Continue reading
Sorry, this one is sold. Barnes Creek Trail – Shadows. This ORIGINAL painting is acrylic on board, 6″ x 9″ and $145 framed. The custom frame has a triple liner and glass. Shipping adds just a bit more depending on your … Continue reading
Sorry, it’s sold. Clicking either image should enlarge in your browser. It’s called “The Way Trail” because it’s not a normally-maintained path. The best trails are way trails, and it’s another from my alpine experiences this summer. That’s the Bailey … Continue reading
Sorry, it’s sold. 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 … Continue reading
Not just a nice painting, but an entire outdoor art gallery! This wayside panel goes to ‘press’ this week, so here’s the final design. Forest path, old-growth forest on the cliff, windblown ancient trees and a complex ecosystem – all … Continue reading