…and then it’s fall. Before the days of summer get pushed too far back, I thought I would take you on a little journey of “how I spent my summer vacation”. It’s likely some of these images, colors and textures will find their way into the studio and surface in new art. So here’s a peek of the inspiration behind new art in the making.
It began with multiple trips to the beach – some red cannery buildings, a photo bomb on Blake Island, and gnarly fishing buoys.
Then there were projects. (Don’t even get me started on this particular one. Let’s just say I became familiar with blisters, metal, and smooth surfaces.)
There were happy times with family and friends, near and far.
And how about learning a few new tricks? My ukulele doesn’t have a fish shaped bridge, but it sure is a beauty. Someday it will sound just as good and it looks. And yep, that’s me, going for a solo ride in the dinghy! Next trip to Gig Harbor, Poulsbo, or Langley I just may deliver my goods by boat.
Stay tuned for how all this comes together. The crisp fall days will find me in the Fishbowl.