Thursday, March 25, 2010

Spring Break

This March, I took a trip to Seattle and traveled into the mountains east of the "Emerald City". I did not venture into museums or galleries this trip but I did enjoy the outdoors. I have included here several views from this journey.

Above is a hill at Gas Works Park. The park is situated, not far from the University of Washington, at the edge of Lake Union . Below are two other views of the park.

Having grown up in Pennsylvania, I am continually amazed at the shift in landscape as one travels from Seattle east. One gets to see water, snow covered mountains, and then desert all in a three hour drive.

Above is a mountain found in the Wenatchee National Forest not far from Leavenworth, WA. On the return flight, back to Philadelphia, I was lucky to get a good view of Minneapolis and captured the image seen below. (Click on the image for a larger view.)

Monday, March 15, 2010

Re-Review Or Gone But Not Forgotten

The exhibit has come down (“Imprint/Impact" at Bucks County Community College). The review I wrote has been posted at The Artblog. However, I thought now would be a good time to post a link to the review in case it was missed. The review highlights not only the exhibit but also the state of the arts in Bucks County (a county known for the "Pennsylvania Impressionist" movement.) Click here for a link to the review.

Books of Mold by Gail Deery