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Some words go together really well, like “cookies and milk,” or “crackers and cheese.” Food aside, another fine pairings of words is “peace and quiet.” And while it’s possible to enjoy cookies without the milk, or crackers without the cheese, … Continue reading →
We live in a noisy world. Some of the noise we can’t help, especially if we live in a city. There’s the bustle of traffic, a neighbor’s loud stereo, sirens. In the office, it may be a co-worker’s talking on … Continue reading →
The story of the painting, Peace, by Steve Henderson at Start Your Week with Steve. Wallowa Lake in Joseph, OR, is a place of quiet beauty and awe. In the 19th century, Young Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Indian … Continue reading →
The story of the painting, Three Horses, by Steve Henderson at Start Your Week with Steve: There is always a sense of, “All is right with the world,” when you pass by a group of horses grazing in a meadow. The pace … Continue reading →
The story of the painting, Grazing in the Salmon River Mountains, by Steve Henderson, at Start Your Week with Steve. The Pacific Northwest is a land of mountains and dreams, meadows and aspirations, hidden lakes and hard work. Recently, we visited a … Continue reading →
The story of the painting, Shades of Turquoise, by Steve Henderson at Start Your Week with Steve: It was not a dark and stormy night, but rather a brisk October afternoon in Oregon’s Wallowa Mountains when Steve, son Jordan, and two … Continue reading →
From Start Your Week with Steve., the free weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art. Steve Says: “Hope is such an overused word. Politicians bandy it about as in, ‘The hopes of the middle class,’ and ‘the hope for … Continue reading →
From Start Your Week with Steve, the weekly newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art Steve Says: “This last week, it was 100-plus degrees outside, and since my studio is not air conditioned, it wasn’t much less than that inside. “And I … Continue reading →