A compilation of scenery at Jackson Hole. Today I worked on the mountains. Next Mr. Buffalo gets attention and finally, adjustments to the grass and trees. This is a fun adventure into chalk pastel and watercolor.
Happy December to you! In just 20 days our daylight begins to increase once again. I look forward to Holiday fun in the form of parties, seasonal treats, friends, family, adopted family, music, and the chance to see the annual Gingerbread creation in the Foyer of the Fairmont Hotel downtown Seattle. I’m a total sucker for all the pretty lights in December!
Through the month of December my artwork will be on display at the Streamliner Diner in Winslow on Bainbridge Island. http://streamlinerdiner.com
On display are paintings from my canoe series (based upon the Canoe Journey to Nisqually this summer while at Suquamish), abstracts, and my horse paintings; all in watercolor. Framed pieces are for sale, as are prints. Order time for prints is one week.
Plan a visit to enjoy coffee and a home made muffin at Streamliner or a tasty dinner with friends during December and enjoy the artwork! Thanks!
397 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110 / 206.842.8595
Dinner Hours: Tues – Thurs (5 – 8 pm), Fri and Sat (5 – 9:00 pm), Closed Sun/Mon
Breakfast + Lunch Hours: Mon – Sat (7 am – 2:00 pm), Sun (7:30 am – 2:00 pm)
While I am grateful for being born in this country, I will continue to share and advocate for all of the amazing souls standing up for our earth and our water at Standing Rock in North Dakota. This really is a WE issue. There are so many choices humans can make. Please make sustainable choices on as many levels as possible. Be nice, smile, say a blessing for a stranger, be grateful.
‘Looking South’, 27″ x 19″, watercolor on paper.
Fine art print: $180.00. Framed: $350.00. Original: Sold.