Doug Lofstrom


The Argument

The Argument

Wednesday, August 10th
Early one morning  I looked and discovered the back of a persons head on the right side and I decided I should paint something so I got a brush and some paint and just started painting on the campus. I had no idea what else of paint and suddenly dissipating forms and lines and Drops… [ Read More ]

A Community Artist

Friday, July 16th
Doug continues to share his art with the community.  The “An Italian City”. Is now hanging in the home of a dear friend.  In the Second photo Doug is presenting a painting to Clayton and Elizabeth Moss in celebration of Clayton’s birthday. [ Read More ]
Chief Depoe

Native Purification Ceremony

Monday, November 11th
I attended the Native Purification Ceremony at the site of the new Edmonds Waterfront Center in September 2019.   Chief William Depoe of the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians performed the ceremony.   Some  30 board members of the Edmonds Waterfront Center and friends gathered for the blessing of the future site of the… [ Read More ]

Washington State Map Project Fall 2019

Thursday, October 3rd
I was painting an abstract on a large canvas when Carol noticed it had the shape of the State of Washington.  I sketched the border and there it was. I wrote in a couple cities and Carol decided to ask others to add their favorite places.  On several Saturdays in Sept in front of the… [ Read More ]

The eyes have it!

Tuesday, October 23rd
I don’t like my old logo. The logo of a skeleton does not portray my love of life so I have created a new one. This new one, as you can see, no pun intended, is from the portrait of Christopher Martin. The portrait touched my heart deeply. So bingo! The eyes have it. A… [ Read More ]

Featured in My Edmonds News

Friday, October 27th
MyEdmonds News Sept 25, 2017 Scene nearby: Arts writer gets her own portrait September 24, 2017 My Edmonds News “Artfully Edmonds” writer Emily Hill was on the scene at Edmonds artist Doug Lofstrom’s first one-man show at Community Life Center in Lynnwood Sunday evening, and took a moment to stop for a photo next to… [ Read More ]

Siena Has Found a Home!

Wednesday, August 23rd
   “Siena” was recently purchased by an Edmond’s resident. It is a large acrylic—48” X 60”.  We particularly like that a small self portrait giclee is mounted next to it. [ Read More ]