Thursday, September 28, 2006
Great news from Vashon. In just over a month, I will be moving into a studio at the historic Harrington-Beall Greenhouse Complex. Most of the greenhouses are in ruins-- pierced through with blackberry and alder... glass ragged... wood rotting... my kind of place. My studio will be in a restored greenhouse. It's big and well lit. I look forward to returning to larger format oil paintings... and, of course, poking around in the ruins.
Photo credit: historylink.org, courtesy of Mary Randlett.
Sunday, September 24, 2006
For those of you who are wondering, I've been out of the internet loop for the past few months. I am in the process of relocating my life and studio to Vashon, WA. The island allows me to live and work in a rural setting but remain within reach of the vibrant, urban atmosphere of Seattle. New work is in the making, and I'll try to keep updating despite the unsettled nature of my life. In the mean time, enjoy the above view from the door of my cabin.