2014-01-No01 - Unhappy Sasquatches - 18" x 24" - acrylic on paper - $75.  I put a price on it, but I doubt that anyone will want to buy it.  I painted it as an exercise in venting . . .  I was angry on account of the steering committee at A Guilded Gallery in Stanwood had turned thumbs down on my suggestion for a show featuring bigfoot art.

2012-01-No02 - Ape Cave - 18" x 24" - acrylic on paper - $75.  I'd guess you'd almost have to be a southwest Washington person to understand this one.  “Ape Canyon” was the site of the famous reported skirmish between miners and a family of bigfoot back in 1924.  In the early 1950’s a group of local hikers called themselves the Mt. St. Helens Apes.  They discovered the cave, which is a 13,042 foot long lava tube, and it was named in their honor.  The cave is unlighted . . . you'd best carry multiple light sources if you're gonna explore in it.  I imagined Ape Cave during a volcanic eruption.

2010-10-No04 - Happy Sasquatches - available only as a print.

2010-09-No04 - Frisky Sasquatches - 18" x 24" - acrylic on canvas - $75.  I started this painting while working as a vendor at an art show at Mt. St. Helens Visitor Center, which is near Silver Lake, just east of Castle Rock WA.  The scene approximates the view of Mt. St. Helens from there. 

2010-05-No02 - Smiling Sasquatches - available only as a print.

2010-04-No02 - Mt. St. Helens Apes - available only as a print.


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