Thursday, July 21, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
This summer I have started a project to understand the deeper history and natural history of the Columbia River estuary with a special interest in understanding the rise of the world's largest Caspian Tern colony here in the early 1990's. Some early and exciting imagery is by the artist Cleveland Rockwell. Read more about one of the paintings portraying the specific area of Baker Bay and the Washington village of Chinook.
My Sea View: Cleveland Rockwell: Fisherman Driven Ashore: "Another great Cleveland Rockwell painting. I'm pretty convinced that this painting is of the old Chinookville/Chinook Point/McGowan village ..."