Category Archives: small watercolor

Badgers at Badger Lake?

I looked and looked, but did not see a one. Not even any tracks or other signs. Sigh. Maybe next time. A badger is one of the few mammals that I have not seen in the wild.

My painting shows a view the campground at Badger Lake in Mt. Hood National Forest; west of Portland, Oregon. It was from my September trip. Check out the story; a couple of blog posts back. The red bushes are very dried out huckleberry plants.

Enjoy!

Trees at Badger Lake CG on Mt. Hood, OR

Badger Lake CG, Mt. Hood, OR (M.J. Liebhaber, Watercolor & Ink, 2018, 8 x 10 in

Fir trees for sale?

watercolor. Walking among fir Trees in Scappoose.



Walking among old Fir trees in Scappoose, Oregon
8in x 10in / Watercolor & Ink / 2018

    Story: These tall, old trees are near the airport; very grand. As I noted before, the land is for sale.

 

All content © copyright 2005-2018, Michael J. Liebhaber

Painting to Save the Trees

Watercolor of Northern Catalpa tree in Portland Oregon


Painting to Save the Trees in Portland, Oregon

Northern Catalpa Tree near the end of N. Richmond Ave in the St. John’s District of Portland, Oregon (Watercolor & Ink / 8in x 10in / 2018)

    Story: This beautiful, tall tree is on a vacant, overgrown piece of land that is for sale. It has huge leaves and beautiful blossoms in the early springtime. It has two younger siblings nearby. The tree adds grace and charm to an area that has long been neglected and is “home” to several people of meager means.

 

All content © copyright 2005-2018, Michael J. Liebhaber

Watercolor – Old Fir trees in Scappoose

Watercolor painting of old fir trees in Scappoose, OR



Old Fir trees in Scappoose, Oregon
8in x 10in / Watercolor & Ink / March 2018

    Story: These tall, old trees are near the airport; very grand. I will hate to see them go – as I noted before, their homeland is for sale.

 

All content © copyright 2005-2018, Michael J. Liebhaber

Ephemeral pond along Johnson’s Landing Road

Watercolor of Ephemeral Pond Along Johnsons Landing Road



Ephemeral pond along Johnson’s Landing Road, Scappoose, Oregon
8in x 10in / Watercolor & Ink
February, 2018

    Story: Scappoose would be mostly wetlands if it was not for the dike along Multnoma Channel. Durning the rainy season (Oct-July) many fields turn into ponds; a boon to migrating waterbirds.

 

All content © copyright 2005-2018, Michael J. Liebhaber