Category Archives: landscape

Rensing, Week 1

I arrived here at the Rensing Center five days ago, where I was immediately greeted by a small herd of very friendly Saanen goats, a handful of indifferent cattle, and 26 acres of Appalachian woodlands and rolling pasture.  (I was … Continue reading

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Appalachian Spring

For the month of May, I will be fleeing the damp, dark, proto-spring of Seattle for an artist residency at the Rensing Center in the foothills of western South Carolina. I am thrilled about this. For several weeks, I’ll be … Continue reading

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Wyoming

As promised, I spent some time in Wyoming. I found it satisfactory.

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Encountering the Sublime in Cleveland

This one goes out to anyone who has endured my 19th Century Art lectures, or is otherwise interested in my recent trip to Cleveland.  Made with assistance from Frederic Edwin Church and Carolyn Reddy’s phone.  I also feel indebted to … Continue reading

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Devil’s Postpile Patch Design

My friends at Devil’s Postpile National Monument asked for some help designing a new badge for the park’s Junior Ranger Program. This program engages kids and youth with the ecology or geology of different National Parks. When the kids finish … Continue reading

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Autumn Comes to Seattle

Fall is officially and earnestly here in the Northwest. The days are getting shorter, wetter and grayer. This means the growing season is pretty much over for most things,and it’s almost harvest time for some of the BEST things. (e.g. … Continue reading

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Goodbye Summer

Seattle is slouching toward autumn. The long, sunny days are waning, and the sun is slipping southward. In addition to summer gardening and dry cycling weather, I’ll miss my view of Mt. Rainier from the the studio. I did this … Continue reading

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