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HERITAGE PARK, PART 2
Looking Back, Looking ForwardSesquicentennial Sculpture In December 2012, through generous funding from the Donald and Virginia Sherwood Trust, ArtWalla gifted the bronze sculpture Looking B...
LEARNING ON THE LAND--2017
When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence. --Ansel Adams Saturday, April 22, was the first outdoor event in t...
WINDOWS ON THE PAST
Springtime at Heritage ParkSpring is always a lovely time in the valley, and the blue sky and tree blossoms cooperated to make this public art installation in the center of downtown Walla Wa...
NEVERTHELESS, THEY PERSISTED
Where's Cathy? (Continued)A small-ish gathering of like-minded constituents of Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers made themselves visible to those who chose to pay $40 each to have lunch w...
Life Imitating Art?
Thoughts Discovered by Brad Rude, 2001I wonder what the two canines are thinking.
WAFFLE WAGON UPDATE
Maple Counter's Little SisterTwo years ago the Maple Counter Cafe, one of Walla Walla's premier breakfast restaurants, added a new member to their family--Maple Counter Waffle Company. House...
INSPIRED BY GEORGIA O'KEEFE
Artistic Interpretations of a Star Magnolia FlowerI have loved the art of Georgia O'Keefe since my Art History classes at the University of Washington in the early 70s, especially the close ...
Studies in Black and WhiteYesterday I posted these same photos of a Star Magnolia blossom in color. Here are the black and white variations. I like them both but for different reasons. How a...
APRIL 1, CDP THEME DAY: WET
Star Magnolia It's been a long cold, snowy winter in Walla Walla, with a record wet month of March. For the most part it's all good as we head into spring and summer with enough moisture in ...
GRATITUDE OF A NATION
Saying Goodbye"This flag is presented on behalf of the President of the United States and a grateful nation as a token of appreciation for your loved one's honorable and faithful service."
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