Wednesday, April 13, 2016
his work that I would seek out to study and look at for in 2nd St. Gallery in Bandon when I lived over on the Oregon coast. The same gorgeous blue sky is what I remember. The first painting of his that caught my admiration was a long and narrow canvas with just a little strip of land at the bottom but the emphasis was on that gorgeous blue sky with just a few puffy clouds......Absolutely beautiful!.....I just fell in love with it. I've looked and hoped to see where he might have a website, but no.........I'm out of luck. Good to know, though, that he lives in the area and much of his work is of various pastoral scenes from the Umpqua Basin that I find so inspiring......I can only imagine what beautiful works, Elaine Roemen could catch if she were here......
This Saturday, we're supposed to be going to the famous Steamboat Inn. Hit a waterfall or two, also.......I'm really looking forward to it. It's open for breakfast and lunch Saturdays and Sundays without a reservation.......dinner is a different story. Guests that are staying there have first priority and reservations are required. They have a different guest chef every so often. I'm not sure if that changes every weekend or longer........but it's somewhere to go when you want something very special...........so I've been told. I'll let you know about lunch and hopefully some good photos.
Have a great weekend!
Posted by Snap-Smith Photography at 7:13 PM