Category Archives: Camino de Santiago

River of Golden Dreams

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This dramatic original oil painting depicts the “River of Golden Dreams” near Whistler, British Columbia. It is executed on an 18″ X 24″ archival Masonite panel with a linen overlay. The panel has a 2″ birch cradle with a natural, hand rubbed finish, which serves as a contemporary frame.  
I might add that while I was standing on the bridge composing this painting, a huge black bear walked out of the forest and came toward the bridge. I smiled and walked calmly backwards while it smiled and walked calmly toward me, gaining ground. Fortunately it decided to exit the trail and finish it’s lunch, which did not include me, in the bushes. Who says art is not exciting?
Please visit my website at http://www.theartistsjourney.com  and go to “Shop art and book”, Pacific Northwest Images.

On The High Note

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“On The High Note”  depicts the sweeping views toward Lake Cheakamus from Whistler Mountain, British Columbia. The soaring mountains and  alpine meadows cradle the glacier fed lake as if a hand full of precious turquoise had been cast into the landscape.  This painting is executed on an 18″ X 24″ archival Masonite panel with a linen overlay. The panel has a 2″ birch cradle with a natural, hand rubbed finish, which serves as a contemporary frame. To purchase this painting, please visit my website at “www.theartistsjourney.com”

 


Liquid Copper

The riverside walk in Leavenworth skirts the edges of the  Wenatchee River. We find quiet pools, bridges, glimpses of the surrounding mountains, and most of all the lovely reflections in the liquid landscape of the water. As we explore Blackbird Island, the autumn colors range from deep rusty reds to brilliant cadmium yellows, interspersed with dark greens and blues. It feels like liquid copper and gold have been poured over nature’s tapestry.

Oil on linen panel, 14” X 14″. This painting can be purchase on my website at http://www.theartistsjourney.com in the “buy art and book” section.Liquid Copper 03


Liquid Copper

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The riverside walk in Leavenworth skirts the edge of the Wenatchee River. We find quiet pools, bridges, glimpses of the surrounding mountains, and most of all the lovely reflections in the liquid landscape of the water. As we explore Blackbird Island, the autumn colors range from deep rusty reds to brilliant cadmium yellows, interspersed with dark greens and blues. It feels like liquid copper and gold have been poured over nature’s tapestry.


Cascade Gold

Continuing my autumn series, “Cascade Gold” represents being drawn into the glowing forests to explore. A walker’s pace lets us discover hidden treasures along a multitude of pathways. The wind whispering in the trees and the water moving through the valley create a soft, soothing music. 

Oil on linen panel, 12″ X 16″. This painting can be purchase on my website at http://www.theartistsjourney.com in the “buy art and book” section.Cascade Gold 03 Final


Art Exhibition

Please stop by and view the art show that I am participating in at Carillon Point in Kirkland, Wa. from September 9 through November 21, 2019. There will be an artist guided walk through of the art at 4:00 pm on Friday, October 11. Meet the artists, Marcia Shaver, Nadia Hakki and Corina Linden, in front of building 4000. Please see the show details below.

Artist: Nadia Hakki     nadiahakki.comCarillon point show 2019 2

Artist: Marcia Shaver             marciashaver.com

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Artist: Corina Linden            corinalinden.com

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Mt. Index in Fall

The second painting in my autumn series represents the rugged, nearly vertical face of Mt. Index.  Glimpses of this stunning part of the Cascade Mountains flicker in and out of view as we climb toward Stevens Pass. Walking the trails and ridge lines near Mt. Index is a breathtaking experience right here in our own backyard!

Mt. Index in Fall Final


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