December 28, 2017 § 4 Comments
November 21, 2017 § 12 Comments
Left to right. First is our house, next door are our neighbors who have three boys, a goat and chickens. They cut wood on the weekends and we often buy the wood. Then you can see the Parrotia we planted that Tom is so proud of (the orange tree in the center of the painting). And finally, the pink house is the neighbor who waves when we pass and always have their blinds shut and flies Oregon Ducks flags on their car and outside their house on what I presume are game days. Who could ask for more! I love my neighborhood.
September 11, 2017 § 2 Comments
Clouds at Lake of the Woods – painted this summer between bouts of smoke.
Oil on Linen Panel
12″ x 16″
August 1, 2017 § 4 Comments
Ashland Design Studio will be showing my landscapes during the month of August. The opening party is this Friday, August 4 from 5 – 8 pm. I’d love to see you there!
Ashland Design Studio
287 4th St
July 11, 2017 § Leave a comment
Table Rocks are situated at low elevation in the Rogue Valley, so are most comfortably painted in the Spring – as you see here. Now, as I write in July, it’s a very hot and dry place, full of rattle snakes. It’s been a very busy year, so I’m just sharing them now. This could be the scene out of a Western movie.
You can kind of see Mount McLoughlin or Mount Pit – as the locals call it.
July 6, 2017 § 6 Comments
Sunshine – breeze – ahhhhhhhh. Tom and I were able to take a great vacation to a Caribbean Island early in June. I’ve never been anywhere like it and I can see why it’s so popular for vacations. I’m about to get my yearly blood work back from my doctor and I’m guessing my vitamin D levels will actually be ok for once.
Besides the sailing, snorkeling, rum drinks, amazing tropical fruit and fish, one of the best parts of the trip was painting.
The smaller pieces are 6″ x 9″ and the larger 10″ x 16″.
April 22, 2017 § 3 Comments
Free slide talk and hike! Learn to identify clouds and get tips on how to and practice sketching them! Clouds are fascinating and learning more about them will open up a whole new world to you.
Friday May 26, 2017, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Guanajuato Room, Ashland Library
Hike and Sketch
Saturday May 27, 2017
Meet at Ashland Shop N Kart parking lot to carpool at 8:30 am.
We will drive up to parking area at Hobart Bluff. You’re welcome to meet there as well. The caravan should arrive around 9:00 am.
To Hobart Bluff: Take Highway 66 almost to the Greensprings Summit. Turn Right on Soda Mountain Road and follow the gravel road 5 miles to the parking lot. There is a pit toilet here and plenty of room for cars to park.
Hike is 1 – 2 miles, and we will be sketching for about two hours.
Bring Hat, Water Bottle, Snacks, Sketching Supplies.
Come and enjoy the talk, even if you are not going on the hike.
The event is free but they would like people to register. Click here for more info: