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Posted Oct 1, 2015 from Seattle, WA; updated October 5, 2015   I decided to start four new paintings over the next year that will fall into the Northwest Romantic category.  Next is a Bald Eagle, I’ll have plenty to say about that when the time comes....

Posted Sept. 21, 2015 from Seattle,WA; updated Oct 5, 2015 I ran an ad in the A-section of the Seattle Times on Tuesday Sept. 22, 2015, that presents my belief that the green position on the upcoming Seattle Transportation Levy is No.  I'm running it again...

Posted September 2, 2015 from Seattle, WA I had that vision of a medium-sized Southwestern Bird Skinny when we were in Rodeo and it seems to be humming along.  This will be 6 x 18” trim-size skinny and it will no doubt open a Pandora’s Box (is that sexist...

Posted from Seattle, WA August 12, 2015 Hi everybody, I’m as thrilled as ever to get more paintings done, and almost as thrilled about making my old paintings even a tiny bit better. The trip to New Mexico created a spurt of new paintings with more on...

Posted from Seattle August 12, 2015 The Atacama Desert in SW Peru gets the same total of rainfall every year:  none.   With no rainfall lately--  (Newsflash: Until today right now at noon!!! A thunderstorm no less! PS.: at 1 pm:  It didn't produce rain here on Beacon...

Posted July 3, 2015 from Seattle, WA A friend from High School visited in early June and Delia and I took him up to see Snoqualmie Falls, which some staff people from up there once told me is the second-most-visited tourist location in Western WA after the Pike...

Posted june 28, 2015 from Seattle, WA Not far from Port Townsend is the largest breeding island in the world for Rhinocerous Auklets, a seabird closely related to Puffins.  We took a trip Sat evening led by the famous expert Bainbridge Island bird trip leader George Gerdts to...

Posted june 28, 2015 from Seattle, WA Not far from Port Townsend is the largest breeding island in the world for Rhinocerous Auklets, a seabird closely related to Puffins.  We took a trip Sat evening led by the famous expert Bainbridge Island bird trip leader George Gerdts to...

See and help save the American Prairie! Posted June 14, 2015 from Seattle WA “I love Paris in the springtime,” goes the old jazz standard, but there’s another place that gets magical around that time and that’s North Dakota!  My friend Brian Pendleton, who I teamed up...

Posted May 17, 2015 from Seattle, WA. Since I’ve been painting a third of a century now I’m looking back to resurrect paintings that I think were good ideas but that I never quite pulled off.   It only works if I never sold the original or...

Posted  April 22, 2015 Earth Day from Seattle, WA Bob and Katie are gone, sadly, but it wasn’t hard for Delia and me to imagine their presence as we showed my brother Denis the “Ranch.”  This was his first visit.  Springtime isn’t the prettiest time in...

Proofreading error in March 31 Seattle Times ad:  The hole should be no bigger than 7/8".  Sorry!   Posted March 30, 2015 from Seattle, WA. A bit ahead of schedule, like everything else this spring, the Violet-green Swallows are now arriving in Seattle.  The Barn Swallows should follow suit in...

Proofreading error in March 31 Seattle Times ad:  The hole should be no bigger than 7/8".  Sorry! Posted March 30, 2015 from Seattle, WA. A bit ahead of schedule, like everything else this spring, the Violet-green Swallows are now arriving in Seattle.  The Barn Swallows should follow suit in...

Posted March 29, 2015 from Seattle, WA   Delia and I have made some half-hearted trips out of Seattle including today to Point No Point.  We found our first Orange-crowned Warbler of the season there, a big squadron of Brant were bravely swimming out in the wind-whipped...

Posted on March 28, 2015 from Seattle, WA  A good friend of ours is a pleinaire artist who works on a painting on site for maybe a couple hours and then doesn’t touch it after that. I’m the opposite, and if anything getting worse (or better, whichever...

Posted Feb 7, 2015 from Seattle, WA  Delia and I went down to the bootheel of New Mexico again over the holidays.  We had a dust-storm in Wilcox, Arizona on Christmas day, then a snowstom Christmas night and another snowstorm on New Years Day.   I got a...

Posted Feb 7, 2015 from Seattle WA See Feb 10 Seattle Time ad at bottom of page. Environmental Impact Statements play different roles at different times.  If a private party owned Cheasty and wanted to build there, the EIS that was written would be ok.  We just...

Posted January 19, 2015 from Seattle,WA I ran an ad in the Jan 20, 2015 eidition of the  Seattle Times which appeared in the  A-section.  I apologize for using an unexplained acrynym, PAT in the last sentence.  Scroll down to the end for the explanation of that.  Scroll...

Posted Jan 17, 2015 from Seattle, WA I’ve been delighted to not have ruined Skagit Snow Geese so far.   Instead of going into a long compulsive period, like I’m still in with Bottle Beach, I want to get this into the store ASAP.  I think I’ll...

Posted Dec 22, 2014 from Seattle WA When I start a painting that I have high hopes for it’s full speed ahead at first.  But on my best paintings I pass through a phase where they look pretty good (at least to me) really early and that’s...

Posted Dec. 17, 2014 from Seattle WA   A recent trip to the Skagit/Samish flats inspired a new painting start.  I’m beside myself with excitement about it, and have high hopes.  I’m trying to make time to move fast on it and hope to have something at...