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.
Monroe Avenue is on the north side of Oregon State University. It offers a great view of the Corvallis City Hall in the distance. Monroe Avenue also hosts many businesses, which are slowly reopening. Monroe Avenue is a nice place to walk with the university closed for COVID-19. You can also walk on the universityContinue reading “COVID-19 Walking Views: Monroe Avenue”
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”
Sketch Description Corvallis has stopped events at the Willamette Park sports fields. The emptied fields show the effects of COVID-19 on life. The empty fields give a good space for social distancing while walking or resting in the sun though.
Sketch Description As we continue to shelter in place it is important to also take some time to get outside. This week’s sketch is off some trees along the Mill Race in Corvallis that provide a pleasant escape from my apartment when I am out walking. Stay Safe, Stay Well.
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The beauty of a small town like Corvallis is that you can go from an urban environment to wilderness with less than an hour walks. A beautiful demonstration of this partnership between humans and nature is the walk from the Oregon State University (OSU) campus to Bald Hill. Walking to Bald Hill Begin by parkingContinue reading “Walk from Oregon State University to Bald Hill”