Category Archives: Rural Views – Urban Thoughts

These three images are as much about disturbing current events and urban issues in my mind as they are of the rural settings of each composition. To see nature as symbolic or in metaphor connecting so strongly with modern, urban thought is a major part of the interior journey that I have been on.

Thinking of the Vulnerable

Thinking of the Vulnerable from the Gulf to Camano Island Rural View: Great Blue Herons fishing and socializing at the English Boom Preserve on Camano Island in the delta region of the Stilliguamish River and Skagit Bay in Washington. Urban … Continue reading

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Burned Silver

Burned Silver, Mt. Lemmon, AZ This image is one of the images in my new show in Tucson. The overall title of the show is “Urbanity: Points of Views” and this image if from my short series for the show … Continue reading

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What Will Your Story Be?

What Will Your Story Be? This barn with a question is south of Stanwood, WA. It has been painted many times on the reverse side with memorial graffiti, but this day I ventured beyond that side and discovered that the … Continue reading

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Home

Home Purple Martin at the English Boom, Camano Island, WA, 2010 “Home” is currently on display at Four Springs Lake Preserve on Camano Island as part of the Snow Goose Festival art show, “Birds Every Which Way” through April 14th. … Continue reading

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