Entries in the ‘Surrealism’ Category:

Passage to Wonderland

We do illustrations using nature themes.

An earlier version of this image was used to illustrate the concept (and possible effects) of “anger” in a pre-school children’s book.

I developed this digital illustration starting from a… “slightly modified” photograph of an actual tree, near my home in Camas, Washington. (OK, perhaps the [...]

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Holocaust Earth

A glimpse of our home planet and some forms of life with whom we share it.  What a beautiful domain to nurture and sustain us all.  Should we who only live here for just the proverbial blink of a cosmic eye, destroy this ancient biosphere in pursuit of ephemeral gain?  Should we let a handful [...]

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Fall Aspen (1)

Abstract composition, inspired by a stand of Aspen trees near Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge in South Central Washington State

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The Anointing

The white seagull in the sky (Jonathan Livingston?) emerges through storm clouds at sunset, over the Oregon coast to give a nod to his successor.

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Winter must come

But we will keep the lights burning

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How high do they fly?

All white in the end
Like Dandelions we will fly away
When the right time comes
(More Miscellaneous Flora images)

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Tinker Bell’s Pond

Water lilies on a pond
And nary a ripple
A mesmerizing view
Lost in a daydream
I follow the lights
And on to the stars

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Escape from Grey

He longed for the wide open spaces. Something inside resonated with the untamed wilds of the Pacific Northwest, just beyond his back yard. But then the safety of the fence and a well stocked bird feeder compelled a second look. He hesitated for a moment, as he sat on the fence, in [...]

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Still, it is Spring

Hard to believe, with our weather, but underneath all the grey, wet, and cold overcast there are fields of color to be discovered. Not far from home

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A mirage with teeth

It was an unusually hot, dry day, even for the desert; 120 and still climbing. I had been hiking for half a day already and still my rendezvous point was nowhere in sight. Worse, I had already drank my last drop of water two hours ago — a lot sooner than I had [...]

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