Last of the “Elsewhere” Views: Wyoming + Oregon + Alberta + Australia

avfe-title-tag1Well, this is it… the last of the “elsewhere” views.  I’ve actually been dreading this post because I already feel depressed and alone.  And, on top of that, I would have arrived back home from my month-long Oregon coast trip today.

The good news is that I’ve met so many wonderful artists during this event and thank everyone for sharing your view with me and my readers.

If you’re wondering what this series of posts is about, check out my original post with all of the details.

Connie Hippen – Wyoming

Visit Connie’s blog

Thanks for this peaceful view from Wyoming, Connie!  Not only is this a great “elsewhere” view, it almost seems like “elseWHEN”, too!

Connie Hippen's view from Wyoming
Connie Hippen's view from Wyoming

Krissie – Australia

Visit Krissie’s blog

I’m not sure what kind of flowers these are, but Krissie has one bright view of them from her creative space in Australia.


Krissie's view in Australia
Krissie's view in Australia

Bobbi Kirk – Oregon Coast

Visit Bobbi’s blog

Well, I’ll have to say here from a very brown Denver that this view of solid green is refreshing.


Bobbi's view from the central Oregon coast
Bobbi's view from the central Oregon coast

Tracey Mardon – Edmonton, Alberta

Visit Tracey’s blog

Thanks for this snapshot of your view, Tracey!


Tracey's view in Edmonton, Alberta
Tracey's view in Edmonton, Alberta



4 thoughts on “Last of the “Elsewhere” Views: Wyoming + Oregon + Alberta + Australia

  1. Jill Zaheer February 13, 2009 / 8:28 am

    This has been nothing short of a remarkable “picture perfect” series. Wouldn’t this make a wonderful coffee table book?? Thanks for your creative spirit to come up with the concept and for sharing the gorgeous views that lucky artists’ have. They’re all so inspirational and the variation and contrast to each view is another indication of all the beauty in nature that’s out there. It’s also been great to learn about you and your work. Keep your spirits up-maybe you could create a magnificent artwork of squares comprised of bits of your favorite views- this would immortalize the views forever and you’d always be able to see nature’s brilliance at a glance.
    Thanks for this great series.

  2. Seth February 13, 2009 / 5:48 pm

    Thanks David for coming up with this creative and compelling idea. It has been great travelling around the world and sharing studio views with all these artists. Thank you!

  3. krissie February 14, 2009 / 4:30 am

    I’ve enjoyed the whole series too and what a great idea jill ‘s come up with for a book! good one!!

  4. krissie February 14, 2009 / 4:31 am

    ps those flowers on that purple tree are jacaranda – the tree is jacaranda tree.

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