Sunday, November 26, 2017

Twilight at Loose Park

Though my own garden sprawls with reckless abandon, I do love a formal garden!  It was love at first sight at Loose Park, and I return again and again to capture the different seasons.  Starting this commission in the middle of a busy plein air season, it took me three visits to get this completed.  At 24x30, it takes a little time to get the canvas covered, and I did use a gallery wrapped canvas for this size.  I thought I would finish on my second visit between events, but time ran out as another plein air event began.  The third visit was for the final touches, and it was a good thing. The gusts were so strong I had to keep one hand on the canvas just to steady it!  See how I'm at an angle taking the photo? It's because I was afraid the wind would take it!  Painting number 1782 in 1782 days.  I think I'll start on nutcrackers tomorrow!
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9 comments:

  1. Nice presentation of your art
    Happy PPF

    much love...

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  2. Wow beautiful! Happy PPF from Number 26 :)

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  3. that's lovely and I enjoy when its positioned in this way,

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  4. Wonderful movement in that beautiful scene Tammie :D)

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  5. Oh, my goodness---this is gorgeous!

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  6. That is determination...but you have to paint what speaks to you!! Beautiful!

    Peace Giggles

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  7. You are amazing! I can't believe you do these plein air so complicated with detail and so beautiful! Happy PPF, have a great week of nutcrackers!

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