Monthly Archives: May 2017

Ludlow Falls May 27, 2017 by Margy Cain A beautiful spring day at the falls.  I am experimenting by using an acrylic wash to tone the Pentalic 140# watercolor 5×8 sketchpad paper, which is heavy enough to withstand most water … Continue reading

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Reminder! Saturday outing to Port Ludlow Falls

Port Ludlow Falls: Saturday 5/27; Port Ludlow http://www.olympicpeninsulawaterfalltrail.com/ludlow-falls The Ludlow Falls Interpretive Trail is privately owned, however, the public has been granted access, provided trail rules are observed (no smoking, dogs on leash and cell phones off). This moderate trail … Continue reading

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Chetzemoka Group Photos!

Belatedly!  Wednesday May 10th marked an enjoyable outing at Chetzemoka Park.  Darsie Beck and Ken Fulton joined us from Vashon but missed out on the group photo.  (See Darsie’s beautiful panorama and commentary below.)

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Sketch outing Chetzemoka Park

Sketching from the beach at Chetzemoka Park, taking in the view of Fort Worden, the Point Wilson light, an inbound circa 1930’s freighter and it’s easy for me to imagine what I would have seen sketching from this same spot … Continue reading

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Reminder! Wednesday Outing at the Park.

Chetzemoka Park: Wednesday, 5/10; Port Townsend https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chetzemoka-Park/144273632260185 One of Port Townsend’s best kept secrets, Chetzemoka Park has beautiful gardens, a gazebo, pond, and beach access as well.  It’s a great place to picnic, sketch, sit and relax, or go for … Continue reading

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A Brisk Morning at the Market

Chris, Anora, Eric, Kathy, Julia, and Barb not pictured: Susan, AK, and Mel Colder than expected, but a mercifully dry morning for our first trip of the season to the venerable PT Farmers Market.  Several sketchers had to leave early, … Continue reading

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