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"In the Blue Hour, French illustrator and author Isabelle Simler offers a stunning joint celebration of these uncommon blue creatures and the common blue world they inhabit, the Pale Blue Dot we share." ........ Read the full article on Brain Pickings

Photo credit: Calob Photography

Sketch Pads

Posted by MFishProfile 04/25/20 at 10:15PM Arts See more by MFish

Why do I keep buying sketch pads?
A good question, I've said to me,
for I do not have the time
to draw figures or things
having the satisfaction, which it brings.
Don't give up; a talent is there.
In the beginning, I'm told your art
will be fair, as you progress,
after your fresh start.
Appreciate your part.

"Potoroos, birds of paradise, variegated lizards, and other wondrous creatures brought to vibrant life by a visionary woman in the golden age of scientific exploration"..........Click to read more

My Wine Collection is showing at Davenport Cellars in the Warehouse District, Woodinvillle thru May. Stop by for food, wine and art! 

Address: 19495 144th Ave NE, Suite A-16 Woodinville, WA 98072

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Vincent Van Gogh (March 30, 1853–July 29, 1890) Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art. He created about 2,100 artworks, including over 800 oil paintings, most of them in the last two years of his life.

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MFish • 02/05/2019 at 11:14AM • Like 1 Profile

Starry, starry night? Love it

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Between the Lines • 02/05/2019 at 07:28PM • Like 1 Profile

Yes it is Starry, starry night. Painted by Vincent Van Gogh almost 130 years ago from a room in the mental asylum at Saint-Remy where he was recovering from mental illness and his ear amputation. He wrote to his brother that he considered "The Starry Night" to be a failure. Today it ranks among his most famous works,

My largest show ever is now at Evergreen Hospital in Kirkland-15 paintings!

(It’s located around the corner from the ER right across from the auditorium)

Big thank you to Kathy Feek who made this possible!

These are also available online at www.annewatersart.com.

Goose Ridge Winery in Woodinvillle requested Geese paintings in winter. Please stop by and enjoy their wine and art show. More of my work is available at www.annewatersart.com.

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Loy • 12/17/2018 at 08:15PM • Like Profile

Nice! Thanks for sharing...

Parklane Gallery October Featured Artists

Adrienne Anderson-Smith, digital artist of the Northwest, Emmy nominated, shows “Let’s Rock the World!” featuring whimsical “walls” of rock faces, displaying a wonderful mélange of our culture. Her art is created with the sculpted texture of acrylic molding and crackling pastes or digitally created with ProCreate(r) and finished with Adobe Photoshop.

Forrest Goldade presents “Northwest Impressions” His work in both acrylic and watercolor is loose and colorful. His style evokes “realistic Impressionism” that explores themes of northwest animals and landscapes. A graduate of Western Washington, Bellingham, his work is influenced by the paintings of Morris Graves and other Northwest artists.

“All Creatures Great and Small” Art Exhibition runs from Sep 4th – 30th, 2018.
Birds and Bunnies and Butterflies - Parklane Gallery in Kirkland has them all!
Artwork includes a fascinating mix of subtle creatures hidden in landscapes and florals as well as artistic interpretations of domestic pets and wildlife. It’s a very cool show – fun for the whole family!
The downtown Kirkland Artwalk is on Friday, September 14th, from 5 to 8pm.

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