Take Me To Another Place and Time…
It was not until recent years that I really was able to recognize and appreciate how connected scent is to memory. 607 more words
During my recent residency at the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology, one of the artworks I created was a “site map” of the Salmon River Estuary. 185 more words
For as long as I can remember, my favorite time to write is the middle of the night. I’m not sure if it is the darkness, the silence, or even how everything feels like it is standing still… as if the world was holding its breath waiting to hear what I would write next. 397 more words
We had snow, then we had warmth (it got to about 57F), and the snow turned into fog, sometimes thick and dangerous. Using my Yashica Mat 124G again, I decided to try to capture some of the atmosphere, but by the time I got all my gear together and got on the road most of it had dissipated. 580 more words
This Salmon River Canyon watercolor is from an older sketchbook that traveled a small section of the Sauk River in an upside down canoe. I’m sad to say at that time I was not in the canoe to keep this sketchbook dry.