Other subject matter includes historic images, local architecture, sketches in graphite, pen and ink, felt pens, pastels, oil painting, and the occasional latex mural. While I dabble and continue to play with a variety of mediums, nothing is more fun than getting my hands dirty in charcoal.


Downtown Gig Harbor in 1996

The blinking red light that hangs from an old utility pole contributes to the modest character and casual pace of Gig Harbor's historic downtown.  That authenticity is what makes the area so special.  This 8-ft rendering is located in the entry at Spiros Restaurant in the old Peninsula Hotel (far left).

Strout Feed Store  |  Beryl E  |  Galloping Gertie Opens

My Uncle built the end cabin just beyond the Nesika Beach Community of Gig Harbor in the 50s.  My aunt, Lita, is barely visible in the window. 

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