Andrea Traphagen paints her original watercolors and acrylics in vibrant hues…taking you from fantasy worlds to old world to current times. With the stroke of a brush and a vivid imagination, Andrea’s vision takes you into a world of mermaids, dragon flies and old growth forests. She currently exhibits her work at Bay Avenue Gallery in Ocean Park, Washington and Sea Gypsy Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
See more of Andrea’s art work at http://jppromotions.zenfolio.com/p73429749
Decorative fences are an effective way to hide composting stations conveniently tucked behind gardens in the landscape. Photo credit – Melinda Myers, LLC By Melinda Myers Make recycling green debris into compost convenient and attractive. Create a space you and your neighbors will appreciate. And locate composting in a convenient area that is easy to […]
Portland sister-brother-duo Andrew and Jessie Shroyer recreated the 1883 classic revival style of Wolf Creek Inn and reopened its doors in 2018. The inn has served travelers off the Applegate Trail (now Interstate 5) since the late 1800s. Throughout its lifetime, the Inn has hosted many celebrities, including Clark Gable, Jack London and Orson Welles. […]
This year the Astoria Music Festival theme, Celebration of Heroes, will highlight the works of Beethovan to David Bowie during the event’s 14th season, June 17 – July 3. Some of the headliners include: ANGELA MEADE returns with an All-Star cast to reprise her sensational depiction of Leonora in Verdi’s dramatic IL TROVATORE, currently Standing Room Only at […]