A Return to Mt Auburn Cemetery

Mt Auburn Memory Saturday was full – chauffeuring to swimming and diving classes, restocking the bare cupboards, cleaning the dog hair from the back of the Forester and for 2 glorious hours, returning to Mt Auburn Cemetery to finish last weeks start. I really lucked out with the weather, the same blue skies and comfortable temperatures. None of the trees in my view had gone golden or shed its leaves in the elapsed week. I felt loose and centered and am pleased how it turned out – pleased while recognizing that the painting on the canvas does not match the painting in my head (see the first chapter of Art and Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland. ) 🙂 The painting is again oils on stretched canvas, 11 in x14 in.

While the Cemetery has endless possibilities for painting, I think I want to return to a construction image for this week – need to scope out some possibilities during lunch.

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