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On the Easel

posted from Seattle, WA on Nov 19, 2023 I'm planning to put up photos of the paintings I've been working on the most lately. You could also watch the movie. Marlon Brando doesn't appear in the movie, but he is mentioned! Studio Rundown 11 18 23...

Posted from Seattle, WA on May 25, 2023 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVMtmf2fUiY This is Studio Rundown, May 25th, 2023. I'm really excited to keep working on this painting of Snow Geese in the Skagit. ...

Posted from Cannes, well no, actually, our basement in Seattle, WA January 31, 2023 Disruption and Deception. Deception can be a good thing perhaps in certain complicated scenarios (think surprise parties) or when you are a Pass. Disruption is quite often a good thing, as it...

posted from Seattle, WA on January 5, 2023 This is a movie about the paintings I'm working on now in the winter of 2023. I'll post still shots of all the paintings on this blog plus some others. . Here is the Movie: Studio Rundown! - YouTube This is Coot,...

posted May 17, 2022 from Seattle WA Painters used to be at the top of the heap Back in the early 1860s, Painting ruled. France’s leading painter, Ernest Meisonnier, was the best known French person in the world, second only to France's leader, Napoleon III. One of...

Posted January 27, 2022 from Seattle, updated March 24, 2022 I've been painting as though nothing was going wrong in the world. For some reason, I'm concentrating on ducks at the moment, but I did my first fish in a while and I think I...

Posted from Seattle, WA on November 26,2021   The sign at the store says we've been in operation since 1983, but I've been painting longer than that, since 1980 or 81, when at age 30 I got a part-time job--4 hour a day parking-lot attendant-- that allowed...

I have about 6 more Bat paintings to start and then I have to finish all the Bats. Then add numbers and text and produce the poster. The whole project is on a fast track. This is a revolutionary way to present Bats, with 5...

As the Corona virus pandemic shows, the world just needs to love Bats more! And Halloween paraphernalia is going to have to become more biologically accurate! I confess I've never known anything about the various Bat species that live in my state or others for...

Posted from Seattle WA on March 20, and updated on April 5th, 2020 in the time of Corona My friend Paul (not Newman) likes to go out to Cape Alava and spend a few nights.  He and his cousin were at hole-in-the-wall when they witnessed a...

posted from Seattle, WA October 18, 2019 This painting is "Caspian Tern on Elliott Bay." It's intended to be my lifetime masterpiece, and I hope to have it in four sizes including the extra large 12 x 36" print size, which will sell for $31.79. ...

Posted from Seattle May 2 2019 It didn't take too long to decide what critter to put in the Eagle Harbor painting, although I first tried a Belted Kingfisher, which created all kinds of perspective problems and didn't have the weight needed to anchor the painting. I...

Posted March 13, 2019 from Seattle, WA Maybe it's due to emergence from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) but I am thrilled about some of the paintings I've been working on lately. One painting is Bobcat in the Shrub-steppe which is a very old painting, originally finished in...

Posted October 6, 2018 from Seattle, WA Back in 2004 I got all jazzed up about a poster project that would show the wildlife that you might look for while on a Washington State Ferry (and, by implication, any boat) on the Salish Sea. I did the...

Posted August 3, 2018 from Seattle, WA   I've been working on some new paintings for charismatic Southwestern Birds, intended to be both standalone prints and components of a new skinny. The painting above is of a Broad-billed Hummingbird based on a shot from a recent sightings blog...