A plein air painting from several years ago. This one is the view looking from Maury Island across Quartermaster Harbor to the tip of Tahlequah and beyond to the hills of Tacoma. The sun was setting and I was painting very quickly to get all the colors as the sun moved not only from top to bottom but also from left to right. I had to hold my hand up to squint near the sun without actually looking directly at it. This was probably painted in November because the sun sets far to the right in the summer time. 8" x 10" oil on panel. This one will be in the 2017 Spring Art Tour - I'll be at stop # 23 in Dockton -First two weekends in May.