Elm Bank visits

Painting in Wellesley at Elm Bank both Saturday and Sunday. This is Sunday’s effort – oil on a 8×8 birch plywood panel. I used more medium than typically – liked the lusciousness it gave the paint.

3 Responses to “Elm Bank visits”

  1. 1 doggonedmysteries July 6, 2009 at 2:30 pm

    Oh, how lovely! Glad you’re back safe and sound from your trip. Hope you had a great time.

  2. 2 Pat McEvoy August 24, 2009 at 10:14 am

    I LOVE your work!!!
    It’s so inspiring that you paint before work- -love the river series and especially the almost dark one.
    I so seldom see anyone on the net I can identify with.
    Check out my site & see if you can identify back!
    Maybe you’d like to do some plein air work inSaratoga Springs NY area! Pat
    Anyway just keep up the wonderful work.

    • 3 carolsartblog August 27, 2009 at 7:38 pm

      Hi Pat – Thank you – you are so kind. I’m just slogging away – suspecting that I’ll feel like an art student forever, so much to learn. I really like your Winter Still Life – the subtlety of the colors and how it looks to capture a moment rather than a planned set up. Its the time of year when I wonder how long I’ll manage going out to paint. (I’m not interested in painting from photos) . . . so I love to see how different painters handle interiors. Nice.

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