This is my Dad’s teddy bear. It’s about 70 years old and has been living with me for nearly 20 years. I love it and my Dad.
White on white, a challenge to paint.
A sweet little pencil block that sits on the corner of my drawing table; a gift from my family.
I love cherries. The wet wash of the paint reminds me of cherry juice.
I live in Washington state, the apple capital of the world. Apples are just now ready for picking. We’ll head to our local apple farm, Pheasant’s Orchard to get a box.
These bright orange pods called Chinese paper lantern plant (physalis alkekengi) are growing all around the edge of my garden. The neighbor kids pick them, tear them open to see what’s inside and then toss them away. They look inside each one even though the contents are always the same.
KWIQ is a radio station in the nearby town of Moses Lake. The station and its vintage sign are located just outside of town with no close neighbors, it makes for a lonely location.