Monthly Archives: June 2016

O’Keefe Inspired

Our recent trip to the southwest included a visit to the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Back in my studio I am finding new inspiration from my memories of the trip and, particularly, the entire span of O’Keeffe’s work. This is a … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Morning Walk

It was 49 this morning for our walk. Storms last night with lots of wind and rain. I love the drops on our garden plants. And the wind didn’t topple a new rock sculpture in our neiborhood park. Drawing class … Continue reading

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One More Picture

Just one more picture sent to us by our friend, Kathy, in Flagstaff. She joined us for a wonderful day at Marble Canyon. This is Jean and me standing on the banks of the Colorado River at the bottom of … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon | 2 Comments

Home and Art Recap

Two days of driving brought us home last night. Of course the most difficult part of the trip, the worst traffic, and the worst drivers all happened in the hour plus it took us to get from the Bellevue city … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona, Art, Bandelier National Monument, Bryce Canyon National Park, Flagstaff, Ghost Ranch, Grand Canyon, New Mexico, Santa Fe, St. George Utah, Travel, Uncategorized, Utah, Zion National Park | 1 Comment

Bryce Canyon

Today involved more red rock canyons. We headed for Bryce Canyon National Park, stopped along the way at Red Canyon, spent several hours at Bryce, and drove a scenic route along the south edge of Cedar Breaks National Monument on … Continue reading

Posted in Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Photography, Retirement, Travel, Uncategorized, Utah | 5 Comments