Tuesday, September 30, 2008


8 x 6 inches
oil on wooden panel

Another visit to Fishermen's Terminal in Seattle, another bright day. As I walked along the north pier, this is the spot that caught my eye. I loved Rustler's dark reflection in the water surrounded by such bright light. The photo below is my easel, my daughter Kara with her painting gear, "Rustler" and "Earnest."

Kara Webberley Moore


Sylvia Jenstad said...

Wow ... love your water so cool... and your colours...really cool

Marilyn Webberley said...

Many thanks Sylvia! I thoroughly enjoyed the experience of simply being there and trying to capture the feeling in paint.

Dar Presto said...

perfection- I can't take my eyes off it.

Edward B. Gordon said...

this is fantastic Marilyn, great painting !

Deb Schmit said...

This painting is beautiful Marilyn.
It makes me long for my old Seattle days.

I see a familiar face on your blog!
I met Ned Mueller several years ago while attending a Disney workshop here in Montana. Such a wonderful man he is, and amazingly talented.

Tell him that Laurie and I say Hi!

nedmueller06 said...

Rustler is a masterpiece, Marilyn..a tough subject and marvelously done. Don't sell it cheap, better yet enter it in a juried show that I'm not competing in with you! Love your website and all of the creative concepts that you have. Who did your website? That was a great trip to the Teanaway! Tell Deb and Laurie Hi. Ned