It was fun to see these old works again. I did not have photographs of many of them, and a few I did not recall painting. Often I would be running against a deadline, either a show or a trip to Portland. In those days setting up to photograph was a cumbersome effort, not the digital breeze that it is today. I was often lucky to finish touching up the frames before delivery.

The paintings are a mix of subjects and locations that I was painting at the time; Bob Pepper's Farm, Washington Park Arboretum, Portland street scenes, and Pioneer Square in Seattle. There is a piece from the Nisqually Delta trail, simply called "Path".