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Author: EdNewbold

posted Sept. 30, 2012 from Seattle, WA     I'm putting this ad in the Seattle Times soon, I'm not sure exactly which day. It's intended to draw attention to WLT-US's effort to save a key piece of the Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil. Here is the link to WLT-US's...

Posted Sept. 21, 2012 from Seattle, WA Maybe about 20 years ago I did a painting on Gatorboard.  I had trouble in one area—probably some animal’s head—and there the gatorboard bubbled up.   I told myself: Take Gatorboard off the list of usable substrates.   But recently I had...

Posted August 10, 2012 from Seattle WA Delia and I got back from the southern “Bootheel” of  New Mexico earlier this evening.  We visited her Dad, and it was my first trip ever where it wasn’t to visit “Bob-and-Katie,” since her mom Katie passed away on...

Posted June 17, 2012 from Seattle, WA   The first Seattle from the Bay painting I did has sold very well but when I went to make changes or improvements on it, the painting felt too small.  Working in miniature is no fun when you're painting buildings...

Posted June 11, 2012 from Seattle, WA Delia and I traveled out to the Snoqualmie Valley yesterday and took about 16,000 steps at the Stillwater Wildlife Management Unit there.  (Delia wears a “pedophile” (Paul Dunn-from-the-Market’s joke, it's more accurately called a pedometer) and always knows how...

Posted from Seattle, WA April 29, 2012 I’ll be at the Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest!  What’s more, two new originals will be on sale there.  Events like these force me to part with paintings so are a essentially a rare opportunity to buy Newbold originals.  (I...

Posted  April 29, 2012 from Seattle, WA   Here on Beacon Hill, the first big wave of the Warbler migration hit on the 26th of April.  As usual the majority of birds are Yellow-rumped Warblers (one male shown scanning for danger before bathing) headed north and upward...

Posted April 12, 2012 from Seattle Our male Violet-green Swallow came to wait for a mate on March 28, a nice day in a cold stretch, and then again on April 5.  But either she came to him or he found her and brought her back...

Posted April 12, 2012 from Seattle After a couple years of work I finally called it quits on the Rockfish painting and it will be available as an offset-litho signed 14 x 18 poster within 2 weeks.  I’ll be thrilled a little more even than usual...

Posted March 30, 2012 from Seattle, WA Ed Newbold is thrilled to announce that the British Birding Association’s UK400 Club is using his painting of a Nighthawk on its home page as a logo for member sign-in and sign-up.    The UK400 Club strives to maintain the...

Posted March 25, 2012 from Seattle, WA Delia and I went up to Two Rivers Wildlife Management Unit south of Monroe, WA yesterday and experienced moments of Two Rivers magic.   We got out of the car and were helpfully shown a Bittern in the slough by...

Posted March 18, 2012 from Seattle, WA I’ve mainly been working on Rockfish and other preparations for the next offset litho printing coming soon.  But there are some all-new paintings in the studio.  The most critical is a 60 inch wide gatorboard painting I’m just beginning...

Posted March 18, 2012 from Seattle Not every venture into nature is equally divine.   Today Delia and I and our friend Sherry Lee visited the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge and saw lots of great sights but also some signs that some of the critters were as annoyed...

Posted March 12, 2012 from Seattle, WA Pike Place Market Wildlife Artist Ed Newbold has donated an original painting to the Skagit Land Trust.  The Trust, which is embarking on an exciting new project this year, (google Skagit Land Trust) will hang the painting in their...

Posted March 11, 2012 from Beacon Hill, Seattle Every year it’s bound to happen to you if you’re a year-bird-lister,  It’s only a question of when:    That first trip of the year that doesn’t yield anything new for the year.   To be fair, going to Alki...

Posted Feb. 29, 2012 from Seattle An Anna’s Hummingbird is nesting in our backyard Italian Plum for at least the third year in a row.   We have no way of knowing if this is all the same individual.  Presuming it is, two years ago she raised...

Posted Feb. 11 from Seattle  The Market Snow painting started in the last blog is going great, I couldn’t be happier.    It’s such a nice place from which to view the market, one wonders even if I should remove the snow and let the scene have...

Posted Jan 31, 2012 from Seattle  I’ve embarked on my third Pike Place Market snow try.  I want to get that French Impressionist look so everyone will need to seriously wish me luck there.    I went down to the market during the height of the snow...

Posted Jan 31, 2012 from Seattle. Delia and I started the month off and running with our year- bird list (see last post) but immediately fell off of our last-year’s pace.  We did however see this gorgeous Pileated Woodpecker at the Nisqually.  You should see the poses...

Posted Jan. 25, 2012 from Seattle, WA [caption id="attachment_3389" align="alignnone" width="540" caption="I'm pretty sure these were cheerleaders at the 2010 Men's Handball Tournament. Either that or reporters who had just turned in stories about biofuel to their respective news editors."][/caption]   How did it become firmly implanted in...