This past weekend I made a trip to the Olympic Peninsula and stopped at one of my favorite locations, Olympic National Park’s Lake Crescent.
Even in the rain forest fall colors are evident now. The brilliant yellows of the maples contrast with the marine blue of the lake and the bright greens of the moss and ferns.
It is a busy day here at the headquarters of Art Wolfe Inc. There is a big meeting going to happen this evening. In that meeting there will be discussions. BIG discussions. YOUR OPINION will matter. Help us decide where to take you, the friends and fans of Art Wolfe, next year.
Vote early, vote often! Your votes will help us decide. You can see where other people have suggested by visiting our post from yesterday.
I am planning my 2011 (and beyond) workshop schedule. If you could/would go on a workshop with me, where would you want to go?
Opening today at the Art Wolfe Gallery is a new exhibit featuring seventeen gorgeous new pieces—the largest being nearly 10 feet in length.
All images are printed on both Epson Ultra Smooth and Premium Lustre Paper.
The images are mounted on dibond (aluminum backing) substrate with a UV acrylic glazing.
The images ARE NOT FACE MOUNTED TO THE ACRYLIC, there is a spacer in between the image and acrylic.
We can ship all framed, acrylic-glazed prints in the collection in the US.
Art signs each in this series with its own unique remarque.
The Art Wolfe Gallery
1944 First Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134
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Happy Alaska Day, Alaska!
Today in 1867 Russia officially handed the keys to the US government.
Preview our Silent & Live Auction Catalog!
7th Annual Salute to the Sound
Wild Northwest Salmon, local clams and oyster delicacies!
We begin with a Silent Auction featuring the chance to bid on one-of-a-kind Puget Sound trips, Northwest food & wine, water sports gear, local experiences and more.
World-renowned photographer and Northwest native, Art Wolfe will join us as our featured speaker. He will present his views on marine conservation and share some of his finest shots of Puget Sound. We’ll cap off the evening with a brief Live Auction highlighting the best of Puget Sound.
Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets
or the PSA office at 206-297-7002.
Thursday, October 7th, 5:00–9:00 pm The Great Hall in the historic NavalReserve Building, Lake Union Park
(860 Terry Ave North, Seattle WA)
Parking: Due to construction constraints at Lake Union Park, parking for Salute to the Sound guests is available directly across from the park on the corner of Valley St. and Terry Ave N. Entrances are on Terry Ave. N. and Westlake Ave.
Spruce grouse, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA
And last week’s blackbear: