Oct. 6 – Nov. 17, 2017 at the 510Museum in Lake Oswego. Works in clay, fiber, and encaustic explore the way water shapes our landscapes, and the gathering of life that shares them.
The greatest gift of a residency, to me, is the space it creates for complete dedication to a single idea.
Rothko’s soft-edged color field abstracts are what convinced me that I might like modern art.
The only thing better than muskrats is BABY MUSKRATS. Which I saw today on my return trip to Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.
Today was a studio day, working on inspiration from yesterday’s trip to the marshes and experimenting with drawing and layers of wax paper.
I took a chance and drove north to check out Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. In the winter season, only a 4 mile loop drive is open to the public…