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Crockett Lake Whidbey Island 
SOLD Large Cloud Over Crockett 72021
SOLD Large Cloud Over Crockett 72021

72021 50" x 40" oil on canvas

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SOLD Blue Water 62021
SOLD Blue Water 62021

40" x 40" Oil on Canvas 62021

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SOLD Winter Crossing 12021
SOLD Winter Crossing 12021

12021 40" x 40" oil on canvas Mediums & Varnish-Gamblin Contact Museo Gallery for more information

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Summer Moon 22021
Summer Moon 22021

22021 40" x 40" oil on canvas Mediums & Varnish-Gamblin Contact Museo Gallery for more information

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Mossy Mounds 32021
Mossy Mounds 32021

32021 40" x 40" oil on canvas Mediums & Varnish-Gamblin Contact Museo Gallery for more information

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Bird Houses 42021
Bird Houses 42021

42021 40" x 40" oil on canvas Mediums & Varnish-Gamblin Contact Museo Gallery for more information

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Spring Pilings in the Moss 52021
Spring Pilings in the Moss 52021

52021 40" x 40" oil on canvas Mediums & Varnish-Gamblin Contact Museo Gallery for more information

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Inspiration at Crocket Lake Preserve

2020 will likely go down in world history as one of the greatest challenges during our brief window of time on the planet.  

 

As an artist privileged with living on Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound of Washington State, it did not take long for “social distancing” to evolve into “more time spent in Nature. “

 

Following the lead of my next-door neighbor, an avid wildlife photographer, I began visiting Crockett Lake, a marshy, at-first-glance unremarkable, body of water adjacent to the Coupeville-Port Townsend Ferry. 

 

As the artistic process would have it, the more time spent among old pylons, bird houses, mossy mounds and billowing clouds, the more the unremarkable became remarkable.  Inspiration took root,  and ideas for paintings in my Crockett Lake Series bubbled to the surface.

 

I hope you enjoy the series as much as I enjoyed the process of bringing it to life.