I decided it was time for an update. In addition to the new look I plan to add some new content pages. Once I get the appearance established, I’ll start on those pages. Thanks for your patience as I work my way through the set up process. Comments are always welcome. Whether you see something…… Continue reading A New Look
I am sad to reach mile 363 of Oregon’s Pacific Coast Highway. It means my adventure is coming to an end. California is just around the bend and this is my turn around point. What a wonderful trip this has been. My last few days I camped at Harris Beach State Park, just north…… Continue reading End of the Line
One of the many things I love about the Oregon Coast is the mist or light that settles where the shore meets the sea. The farther the distance, the whiter the light. I know this is atmospheric perspective. It has to do with the way our eyes see light as it recedes in distance. Along the…… Continue reading Coastal Perspective
Finding something to draw is no problem on the Oregon Coast. In every direction there are wonderful subjects. But finding the right place to sit and draw these fabulous views can sometimes be a challenge. I like to find places where I blend in to the surroundings, where it’s fairly quiet so that I can concentrate, and…… Continue reading About Drawing Locations
Some may remember that I did a trip to the Oregon Coast in the Spring. I didn’t have time to get very far. In fact I only went from Astoria to Cannon Beach, a distance of about 30 miles. Thirty miles with so much to see and draw! The entire Oregon Coast is equally impressive…… Continue reading Picking Up Where I Left Off
As I mentioned in the previous post, the premise of Urban Sketching is to drawn within an allotted time frame then meet up to share drawings. There’s not a lot of time to pick the perfect drawing location. With the temperature in the 90’s on the first day of last weekend’s Urban Sketchers West Coast…… Continue reading Tacoma Sketches
This past weekend was the Urban Sketchers West Coast Sketch Crawl in Tacoma, Washington. What a blast! More than 150 lovers of drawing gathered to sketch and share their work. We had three designated drawing sessions, Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon, and Sunday morning. After each session, sketchers came together to show their work. I don’t know if…… Continue reading Sketch Crawl!