Woodland, Washington artist 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 work at http://jppromotions.zenfolio.com/p73429749
Caption: Mums add beauty and fall color whether growing them indoors or in the garden. Photo credit: photo courtesy of MelindaMyers.com by Melinda Myers The rich colors and fall bloom of Chrysanthemums represent fall for many. It’s also the November birth flower symbolizing cheerfulness, optimism, and friendship. Add a few to your indoor décor and […]
Caption: The Roads End fat bike ride at Lincoln City on the Central Coast of Oregon. Lincoln City. Photo credit: traveloregon.com September 13, 2020–High winds, along with hot, dry conditions resulted in multiple fires igniting in Lincoln County on the Oregon coast. This has created power outages, road closures, and evacuations. The most immediate threat […]
In early October I participated in a wonderful “girls’weekend getaway” with seven other women. We stayed in the Admiral’s House at Fort Warden State Park, clambored about the beach, embattlements and peered into the windows of the Point Wilson Lighthouse. Although this lighthouse is not open to the public, many other Washington Lighthouses offer fascinating […]