The Elisabeth C. Miller Library hosted their annual Craft Sale on Friday evening and it was a very well-attended and fun event for all of us. I thank everyone who came; I truly enjoyed the opportunity to talk to friends and new acquaintances. Although several pieces have sold, there are still many framed and unframed prints for sale, among them this etching, one of my favorite printmaking efforts from the last few months. This is a representation of a grove of mountain hemlocks that I saw on a hike a few years ago--it's located just before the Railroad Grade approach to Mt. Baker. The cost is $115 unframed, and $195 framed. I will share other prints in the coming days. I'm also planning to post my upcoming workshops and classes for Winter 2019.