A Pacific Northwest Artist Paints His Way Up Puget Sound's Whidbey Island
by Perry Woodfin
Also available in hardcover,
this weekly planner for 2012 presents artist Perry Woodfin's watercolors of the natural beauty of Puget Sound's Whidbey Island.
Whidbey Island lies fifty miles north of Seattle, Washington at the end of the Strait of Juan de Fuca that sweeps in from the Pacific Ocean. It's the longest island in the continental United States and harbors rich communities of wildlife, agriculture, marine life, history, and tourism.
Perry Woodfin has a BFA in Painting and Sculpture and has been making a living with his art since 1965.