Painting upstream

Here is the Charles River in Dover/Wellesley where I was getting my occasional dose of fresh air in the country while painting with my favorite toxic supplies – no, I really can’t paint without cadmium. Unfortunate fact observed today: I react to paintings emotionally rather than analytically. Not always supportive of the learning process I suspect.

08.08.ElmBankSketch

Charles River, Elm Bank. oil sketch on gessoed paper

Charles River, Elm Bank. Oil on Baltic birch gessoed panel

Charles River, Elm Bank. Oil on Baltic birch gessoed panel

To see another painter’s vision of this view, visit Laraine.

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