Winter is in full swing and I wanted to reminisce to warmer days in Oregon and share an epic adventure I had with my friends captured by the ever talented Ben Prindle. Photos below by me.
Ecola State park A Feast from the Seashore Since I was little my dad would take me to the ocean every week to observe the myriad of little sea creatures that cluster around the rocks, gently flowing in and out with the tide. Growing up by the coast I always felt like the ocean was my home… Read More
I got to spend the afternoon strolling the lovely grounds of Wild Craft Studio. Tucked in the rolling hills of White Salmon, WA this studio teaches traditional skills in studio arts, plant medicine, and sustainable practices. If spending an afternoon meandering open fields, picking wild flowers and crafting them into a rainbow of dyes sounds… Read More
Pigment hunting is more fun than Easter. There is something magical about finding an element straight from nature and transforming it into something useful and beautiful. Earth pigments are natural colored minerals that can be found in rocks and clays and can be used to create paints. Scott Sutton, a local Portland artist and earth… Read More
Summer is around the corner and I couldn’t help but put together some color coated ideas that have been swirling in my head. This is a cake idea that is easy, fast and healthy. I used a small watermelon that you carve into the shape of a cylinder, slather on canned coconut cream and decorate…. Read More