Watercolors by Ernie Duncan
I have two years of commercial art training at Edison Technical School in Seattle and worked as a neon sign painter and sign hanger for Dwinell Central in the early 1960’s. I learned a little about photography and landed at KEPR TV as an artist/photographer; and then at KIMA TV as Studio Director. In 1976 I left KIMA to become an independent photographer. In the beginning I did 16mm films for industry, product photography, abd television commercials for local advertising agencies and my own clients. I retired from commercial photography in 2002 and closed my shop. After a couple of boring winters watching it snow, I decided to attempt learning to paint watercolors. I’m still pursuing that goal and enjoying it.