Sunday, November 29, 2015
Friday, November 27, 2015
Night Ferry near the dock). One of the double-decker boats on the run between Vashon Fauntleroy and Southworth. This is a twilight moment when the sun has set, but there is still light in the sky and the water is still lighter than the distant shore. I like the multiple sources of light and the reflections in the water broken by ripples. This one will be in the Vashon Island Artist Studio Tour at Plum Lodge Painters, 14210 SW Reddings Beach Rd, Vashon WA 98070, during the first two weekends of December. You're invited.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
This painting is from a long distance view from Victor Steinbrueck Park near the Pike Place market in Seattle. The view is looking across Elliott Bay as the ferries travel from Coleman Dock in Seattle to Bainbridge and Bremerton. The sky was clear and the sun was setting, turning everything on the horizon yellow and red and then dark red. I especially like the little bits of light that shine through windows on the top deck of the ferry. I just took this picture to the Bainbridge Arts and Crafts Gallery in Winslow, WA on Bainbridge Island.