9:30 am at the Community Farm. It's a painter's paradise with old barns, horses, roosters crowing, meadows and farm equipment. A great place to paint, relax, walk your dog or whatever. This is the front part where the houses are and the huge moss covered oak.
Oil on panel
The history of Elephants is colorful and amazing. I've read much about them and discovered more than I would've anticipated. They are a delight to paint and obviously people love to paint on them. This one is for my niece Kristi, who loves elephants.
Oil on 24" canvas
The alla prima approach to painting is what I enjoy most and what gets me in the creative flow best.
On Thursday nights at Eureka Studio Arts (526 5th ST., from 5:30-8:30pm) I facilitate a painting party. My goal is to help you find ways to express your unique self in painting. During the session we have a group project as well as your own personal project, separate from the group, addressing whatever it is you would like to focus on. Drop in's are welcome. Thank you for visiting our blog!
Oil on small panel.
Time is elusive and yet it is always the present moment. Maybe it's my age, I'm 55, that I am beginning to see time differently. I feel the eternal in this moment, more. That's kind of a miracle!