Here are links to some of my friends and fellow artists. Other links are to places that sell my photographs and cards. Scattered throughout my web site are links to some of the places that I have taken pictures of and on this page is a collection of those places all in one spot. Some of the links will be to places that I find interesting for some odd reason or another.
Robert Jones Guitarist Robert is a good friend of mine and an exceptional guitarist.
Vortex Green Jewelry This is my sisters Marystella & Jan's jewelry site.
Jeremiah's Photo Corner This is where I get all of my photographic supplies. Jeremiah & Maria are really fun people and they can get you most anything that you may need. Say "HI" to Ophelia when you are there. She is the official greeter and guard dog. Woof.
PLACES TO FIND MY WORK
Hand Goods Heidi of Occidental Hand Goods was one of my first supporters and sells quite a bit of my work along with other local art.
Many Rivers Books & Tea A very comfortable book and tea store in down town Sebastopol.
Positively Fourth Street A fun little card and gift store at 628 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa. Stop and visit Randy, he's a really nice guy. Cards only. No web site.
Mr. Moon's At 316 Center Street, Healdsburg, California carries affordable, entertaining and unusual cards & gifts. Cards only. No web site.
Johnny's Java A comfortable neighborhood coffee shop at 3080 Marlow Rd, Santa Rosa. Johnny gives local artists a space on his walls to display their art. A great deal for everyone!. No web site.
Salt Point State Park One of my favorite locations for photography. It is an other worldly place of rocks and sea. I go there all of the time and always come back with a good photo.
Sonoma Coast State Beach This park is a series of beaches stretching 11 miles from Bodega Bay to Jenner at the Russian River. I have been visiting these beaches all of my life and now that I am only 15 minutes away, I visit them even more. Hooray!
Mare Island Naval Shipyard This an abandoned ship repair facility in Vallejo, California. Now operated by Mare Island Historic Park Foundation, the shipyard is a combination of leased manufacturing and warehouses, but the old structures that remain are a wonderful collection of odd buildings only a military could build. In various stages of abandon, they present unique shapes, designs and colors.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area A park that stretches from south of San Francisco, north to Point Reyes National Seashore. Most of the park encompasses old military facilities given for public use.
Point Reyes National Seashore An awesome peninsula that is on the ocean side of the San Andreas Fault earthquake line. It is slowly moving north and its separation from California makes its habitat markedly different from the other side. Tomales Bay fills in the fault line.
Tomales Bay A long wind swept bay that follows the San Andreas Fault line. With two distinct shores and several old towns and many oyster beds, this is always a fun place to be.
California Coastal Records Project OK, this is not a place, it is a photographic survey of the whole coast line of California. It is very impressive and allows you to take a virtual tour of every beach in the state!
Coconino National Forest, Arizona I have been here only once, but would like to return regularly. In and around Sedona, the parks and canyons are startling compared to the Pacific Northwest. Also see
Slide Rock State Park , a great section of Oak Creek with some amazing rock formations.
The J. Paul Getty Museum A fine arts museum in Los Angeles that is free to the public.
Point Arena Lighthouse 3 1/2 hours from San Francisco the beaches and lighthouse are well worth the trip. There many more beautiful beaches north and south of the point and the mountains to the east are coverd with redwood, fir, oak and bay.