June 29, 2018 § 10 Comments
Revisiting the archives, charting Plein Air days, hoping to get outside again with my paints and document my new surroundings. My dear art friend Lynnette took this photo of me on Bainbridge Island, 2013…
Plein Air – 4 x 6″ post cards – acrylics – 2013
June 8, 2018 § 10 Comments
Tooting my horn here…rather, someone ELSE tooted my horn and made a YouTube video of my Etsy Shop fabric jewelry displays: HAND-Stands, CACTUS-Stands, TREE-Stands…
Whee!!! Watch the (7 minute) YouTube video: CLICK HERE
And super thanks to all of you readers who have clicked on links to my shop and website and passed them on to friends. I really appreciate it!
Woo-hoo! More cake and punch for everyone!! ~ xo Pierr
May 10, 2018 § 14 Comments
I grew up in Seattle in the trees…
…observing birds and critters, making meals for fairies with maple seeds and berries. If I could have finagled it, I would have lived inside a tree. Our family house was big, but the eight of us filled it to capacity. I spent most of my time in this gazebo on the hillside. Every place I’ve lived since has had a cozy bird’s nest feel. Even now in Spokane.
Here’s where I communicate.
Here’s where I make jewelry stands for my Etsy shop.
I’m also working on a huge painting commission that’s taking up my entire drawing table (and can’t be shared till it’s done), so I created an area where I paint in small sections, easier to manage……with a view to what’s going on outside my PLACE IN THE WORLD.
Have a wonderful week in your place! xo ~ Pierr
April 28, 2018 § 6 Comments
Riverside State Park – Bowl and Pitcher Area – a natural treasure minutes from downtown Spokane, WA.
April 22, 2018 § 4 Comments
Its call, unmistakeable. Its presence? Unbelievable. But here it is, wandering the grounds, headed toward the manager’s office thinkin’ maybe this looks like a nice place to live…
Actually, Wild Turkeys aren’t so rare in these parts. I’m new here in eastern Washington. Sometimes they come out of their wilderness (exactly where I don’t know yet) just checking things out. There’s a nice park a few blocks away. Maybe they live there. I hope to go on some day hikes soon and explore the wild places. Have a wild week!