Watercolor Society of Oregon – “I Can’t Hear You”

Firehouse Gallery December Invitational

Happiness

My painting “I Can’t Hear You” has been accepted into the Watercolor Society of Oregon’s 49th Annual Transparent Media Exhibition, to be held in Medford, OR. If you are in the area this October, I invite you to come see the show!

Details

  • The exhibition will be at The Rogue Gallery, 40 South Barlett St., Medford, OR.
  • Dates for the show are October 3 through November 15.
  • Gallery hours are Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm, Saturday 11am – 3pm.
  • Entrance to the exhibition is free and open to the public.
  • Juror was Ms. Linda Baker, AWS, NWS.

Camelot in Talent

Camelot Theatre Company

I am indeed speaking of our local Camelot, not the legend of King Arthur, his court and castle. Talent’s theater company is semi-professional and focuses on producing plays, musicals and musical events.

James Morrison Collier Theatre Building

Today’s subject is the local James Morrison Collier Theatre Building in Talent, OR, which is the home to the Camelot Theatre Company.

Drawing Talent: Sidewalk Closed

Talent Round About Construction

The city is having a round about constructed on one of the main thoroughfare in Talent.  Since it is Saturday, I thought it would be fun to go down to the construction site and draw something.  I was attracted to a big tractor parked in front of a “Sidewalk Closed” sign.

Sidewalk Closed

Naturally, since the sidewalk was closed, I sat and drew right outside the construction zone.  I sat under a tree and got down to business. 

Drawing Memorials: Talent’s Old Town & Skate Park

Memorials in Talent Old Town Park & Skate Par

Drawing Talent, OR

I find that there are always “things” to do around the house.  Sometimes, I just have to put things aside and get down to the business drawing or painting.

Recently, the urge to draw was calling my name.  I “needed” to do another “Drawing Talent” piece so I went out in the southern Oregon heat to find a shady place to draw.  It was in the 90s in the sun; not quite so bad in the shade.  I walked by a place I’ve drawn before, the sculpture outside of the Talent Skate Park.  I was attracted by the shapes of the water fountain and the sculpture.  I decided to draw it again, this time from a different view.

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