PHOTOGRAPHY, ILLUSTRATION AND SCULPTURE

Seattle Farmers Market

Diner

Leaf Man

Seattle’s Original Farmers Market, the Pike Place Market, is home to Seattle’s first farmers market. Founded in 1907 to provide a place for farmers and customers to meet directly, the Market continues the “Meet the Producer” tradition with farmers selling their produce and products at Market farm stalls seven days a week, 362 days a year. 

 

The print will contain the original signature of the artist.

This painting is the traditional diner that Americans are familiar with.  The kind where they serve freshly grilled hamburgers and thick shakes.  The kind where the food tastes like Mom made.  The kind where you can smell the grilled onions and meat outside of the building.  

 


The print will contain the original signature of the artist.

The sound of the lone musician playing his accordion draws you into this scene.  You feel his passion with every note.  You feel the heat of the tropical surroundings and the coolness of the shade.  I wonder if that box is full of tips?

 

 The print will contain the original signature of the artist.

You feel like you're being watched.  The back of your neck burns.  But you're alone in the forest.  Slowly you turn around to see who is looking at you and you listen for the foot steps.

It takes a few seconds before you see him...covered in leaves.  


The print will contain the original signature of the artist.

Accordion Man