Today we had our Seattle USk gathering at St. James Cathedral, which was dedicated in 1907. The light inside the beautiful cathedral is dim but the windows are stunning. They were added between 1917-1920 and designed by Charles Connick.
The cherry blossoms, outdoors in the front of the cathedral, are just begging to bloom.
The courtyard on the south side of the Cathedral was a cold sketching spot but very peaceful. It was added in 2006.
Lovely, Peggy... I really like the elegant line of the second one.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Love the way you did the stained glass windows and the overall composition and colors.ReplyDelete
Very nice, Peggy. Using just one color is so effective at creating the feeling of light and shadow. Beautiful.ReplyDelete