Tuesday, 2nd Day painting at ANE

All our first days work was hanging in the studio as we gathered – then back up the hill to Jennings, a former Victorian home now being used by chambor groups. Two paintings today, the house, about 6×12 birch panel took most of the day. Then as clouds gathered and lightening flashed, I slashed out the second. Theraputic!

For the record, during this 2 weeks I’m using my son’s laptop without Photoshop, combined with the goal of creating art more than blogging, so the photos are what they are . . .

A good day, I walked back to the studio, discussing Bennington’s history with one of its history professors who was walking her cockapoo pups, did some brush clean up, ate and went to the evenings faculty slide show that included Christopher.  First time I had seen his student work.

3 Responses to “Tuesday, 2nd Day painting at ANE”

  1. 1 sbrescia July 23, 2008 at 7:55 pm

    Hi Carol, Great pic’s of Christopher and Anne!!!! Love the paintings I can’t believe how your cranking them out, I don’t think I’ll be able to keep up! Three a day and a food diary, which is hysterical!!!! Love it!
    Great job as always
    See you soon

  2. 2 Phil Lehar July 24, 2008 at 5:24 am

    Good to see you’re getting a lot done.
    Hope the weather improves. It’s a pouring rainstorm down here.

  3. 3 carolsartblog July 24, 2008 at 7:04 pm

    Its been pouring here too – we just stand under the eaves and keep on painting!

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