This is one of my favorite places in eastern Washington. It's a deeply carved canyon with a small, mostly dry creek at the bottom. Selah Creek. It originates in the Yakima Firing Range and heads west to join the Yakima River. Eventually those waters flow to the Columbia and the Pacific Ocean.
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View down the garden path to my studio. That's my dog Sam.
When I was in Art School one of my professors told me that I'd be an artist when I'd painted 100 paintings. There's a lot to that.
I began painting full-time in November, 2008. My first goal was to paint 100 paintings to build my skills and establish a disciplined approach to creating art. I passed the goal line on September 10th, 2009.
This blog talks about my paintings, my many travels to see or to make art and my passion for food, travel, politics and gardening.
I'm an oil painter in Bellingham Washington.
I'm drawn to the landscape of the intermountain west. I love the light, the fields of wheat, the big skies and the ribbons of road cutting through the land.