The orb hangs against a darkening sky, like a polished opal lying on a velvet cushion. The mysterious impact of the moment reminds us of the reverence our ancient ancestors afforded this jewel of the night. It looks so tangibly beautiful. We reach out, and in our minds, we “Touch the Moon.”
The artwork “Big Sky Over the Gorge” places the viewer on the river bank below Crown Point. Here, the water, land and sky meet and the scenery rockets up river into the heart of the Cascades.
Multnomah Falls is a set of double waterfalls framed by lush vegetation and a bridge.
Vibrant wildflowers blooming along the Monterey Coast.
The Columbia River flows through a hazy, blue gorge beneath a towering snow-capped Mt. Hood
Crocosmia presents a slightly surrealistic view of a summer garden as a hummingbird feeds on the Crocosmia blooms
Art at ArcheanWeb: Part of the West Coast Shorelines Series Battered and bleached, a lone tree trunk clings to the Monterey shoreline, still standing to provide a compelling scene. Perched on Monterey Granite and perpetually gazing out over the Pacific Ocean, the tree provides a study in color and form. This digital artwork merges photography Read More…
An evening view of Nyhavn in Copenhagen
Just south of Cannon Beach you can pull off the coastal highway, park, and take a walk on Arcadia Beach. Out of season, you may have it to yourself.
Art at ArcheanWeb: Part of the Mountains and Streams Series There are reasons why landscape paintings and artwork are popular. Nature has a way of creating its own combinations of color and form that blend together life, water, geology, and motion. The dynamic way these components combine produces a certain beauty and grace. Flowing streams Read More…