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Today was a very windy and dull grey day, so I was taken back to a sparkling grey and windy day when all the snow began. As soon as it landed, an extreme freeze followed the snow making it cling to … Continue reading
A short tribute to what’s likely to be the last full on snow and ice of the season…we’ll see! It came, it froze, it flurried, it melted, it went.
I found this amazing ice pattern in my backyard on the edge of the river a couple weeks ago during the last freeze. Too bad this one missed out on my Northwest Winter Textures sketchbook project, but it’s still fun … Continue reading
Pages Forty-seven and Forty-eight: The last page of artwork for this year’s project– I loved the multi-textures of this patch of ice, but it was the rocks encased and blanketed, the three–part above and part below–unified in relation to each … Continue reading
Pages One & Two: This year’s early extended freeze provided some great textures to inspire me for The Sketchbook Project. I had already decided to do something atmospheric about the river and forest around me. As I began to take … Continue reading
Admittedly this is back in time a couple weeks to the light snow. As I said at that time, it was hard to choose of the many images from those pretty days. So here’s Mt. Si robed in frozen glory.