I haven't been posting about our Saturday plein air painting outings since the end of April,
but today was a great day for painting so here are some photos.
Steve made a larger painting than he normally does. It is turning out nicely!
Pua found a nice place to paint dandelion puffs and lupine!
Dodecatheon pulchellum (Shooting Star)
My favorite wildflower!
One day I will paint a close up.
This run-off stream in the tide flats was very iron-laden!
Nancy captured a lovely scene!
Cristine and Jane
|Sunny Point Spring 8 x 10 ws oil on birch panel|
When I got home, I felt this little painting needed a third Indian Rhubarb stalk.
These are the dried left-over stalks from last year. The new growth is coming up at the base.
I captured a little bunch of Shooting Star and a couple of Marsh Marigold.
There were sedges everywhere and Chocolate Lily about ready to bloom.
Fairly happy with this. I feel the values could be more separate...
Thanks to the Plein Rein Painters for their companionship and support!