Oyster beds and mudflats

If you’re heading south on Chuckanut Drive and you spot a sign that says Taylor Shellfish Company Next Right, follow it. I promise you won’t be disappointed. After a steep drive down a narrow road, you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular view across mudflats and oyster beds towards Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands. The colour of the mud is rich in greens and browns and blues, the sky is huge, and the rocks are glossy black in the hazy sun. A sketcher’s paradise.


7 Comments on “Oyster beds and mudflats”

  1. Carolyn Carlberg says:

    I lived in that area for 25 years. Lots of NW scenes in grays and blues.😊

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  2. Jane Jackson says:

    Hi Shari, I love the colours in this as they are so like the ones we often see here in Anglesey, north Wales, UK. I am struggling to get the right colour for distant mountains in my sketches and wondered if you could share what colour mixes you have used in this beautiful sketch.

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  3. Diane McDaniel says:

    Awe!! I can smell the sea and taste the salt in the air! The colors and textures dance!
    Thank you for sharing this little wonderfilled experience.
    My eyes n heart needed this.

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  4. joantav says:

    What a wonderful view! Thanks for sharing your version of it with us!!!

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  5. redharparts says:

    Yes, I’ve been there. The entire area is a sketcher’s dream. Beautiful painting.

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  6. Judy Sopher says:

    What a different feel compared to your last. You have really captured it.

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