Tuesday, May 8, 2012

The Grass is Greener

My home in the Pacific Northwest is incredibly beautiful but, this past winter wore on me. Each year I will get out of the studio and spend at least a month plein air painting. These travels have taken me to some of the most inspiring places around the world as well as the United States. I feel very fortunate. This year, I am extending my time to six to eight weeks and I have decided to share a little of this with you. So, if you can bare with me, I am going to increase me blogging for this trip. When possible, I will try to meet up with local artists. My hope is to spend four to six days in each location. My plan is to head first to Ketchum Idaho and meet up with famed artist, Lori McNee. Then off to Denver Colorado to join Anne Schreivogl, Southeastern Utah, and into the central coast of California where I will join other artists from the California Art Club. Yosemite is on my list in between somewhere before heading back to Washington. The trip will be fun. The ambitious part will be the writing. So, please join me in this adventure of painting. Alfredo www.alfredcurrier.com


  1. Quite an itinerary. You must be feeling mighty good these days, shows everywhere, so many new paintings, great energy and committment. I congratulate you. I may be a bit older but wish I had your dedication and industriousnes. Used to but not so much anymore. Marty Rogers

  2. We hope to get a trip like that in this fall! Hey, you missed a great ride on the still closed North Cascades Hwy yesterday. Hills are not my friend!

  3. Al
    Thanks for taking us along on your journey.

    Good painting

    Jim Lynch


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