A combined grammar and secondary school had been in West Seattle since 1902. West Seattle High School opened in 1917 to provide a fixed home for the secondary school though. West Seattle High School is in a Neo-renaissance building. It is decorated with geometric designs and has a terracotta roof. This sort of design isContinue reading “West Seattle High School”
Taking a break from COVID-19 Walking Views, this week’s image shows the main mall at the University of British Columbia (UBC). The mall is lined with Red Oaks and has a view of the northern end of the Cascade Mountains. Many TV shows have been produced on the main mall. Some famous shows produced onContinue reading “University of British Columbia Main Mall”
Painted this view of the Oregon State Capitol Building on a cloudy day. The weather this summer has been cooler than normal. This has caused summer to look like fall. The Oregon State Capitol Building is made in an art deco style. Most state capitols copy the United States Capitol Building in Washington, DC. TheContinue reading “COVID-19 Walking View: Oregon State Capitol Building”
The weather is nice and perfect for watercolors. This week’s image is of the Valley Library at Oregon State University. The building is named for F. Wayne Valley who gave the money for the building. The Valley Library opened in 1999.
Tykeson Hall opened on the University of Oregon campus for the Fall 2019 term. I painted this view of the hall shortly shortly after it opened. Last week, I walked on the University of Oregon grounds and thought of this image. The hall houses academic and career advising, the Division of Equity and Inclusion andContinue reading “COVID-19 Walking Views: Tykeson Hall”
While the university is shut down it makes for a nice place to walk. Here we see the Pharmacy Building across the Valley Library quad. The Pharmacy Building was completed in 1924. It has been the home of the College of Pharmacy ever since. The College of Pharmacy works with the Oregon Health and ScienceContinue reading “COVID-19 Walking Views: OSU Pharmacy Building”