Saturday, our last day at Page’s Farm, came much too soon. I missed my hubby terribly but there was still so many things I wanted to see and experience on the farm and in the Wytheville community. Fingers crossed that Page is able to find time to have us come back. I forgot to mention… Continue reading Wytheville Adventure: Part V
I don’t even remember what day it was that Brenda and I went into town and managed to take a wrong turn but ended up with lots of fantastic photos. And Page and Joe took us on another tour of local farms one day. I’m sure the locals wondered what in the world was going… Continue reading Wytheville Adventure: Part IV
I painted a second painting on Thursday, this time I set myself down on the front porch and decided to focus on staying as loose as I could and capturing temperature. We got a short visit from a couple of does and a fawn with spots, but Lucy (the dog) was too alarmed by these… Continue reading Wytheville Adventure: Part III
We arrived at Page’s Farm on Greasy Creek about 5 p.m. on Wednesday. We had left my house about 7 a.m. . So much for the 5 and a half hour drive! Again, the camera came out and I started taking photos. What an amazing place! Page and her son, Joe, gave us a tour… Continue reading Wytheville Adventures: Part II
Last Wednesday I headed down to Page’s farm just outside of Wytheville, VA for a change of scenery and an opportunity to spend time with other artists, paint at least two days and take lots of photos of scenic views for future studio paintings, and talk about some business plan ideas that have been floating… Continue reading Wytheville Adventure: Part I
Daphne invited Brenda and I over today to paint at their family farm. She has horses and one of her mares is expecting any day, so she did not want to go to far from home. So we got to spend a lovely morning enjoying some really lovely views and I tackled a small 5X7… Continue reading Barns, Horses and A Beautiful Day
The Plein Air Unleashed event sponsored by the Allure Art Center in White Stone was written up by Outdoor Painter Magazine (their on-line edition). You can read it here: Article Looking forward to participating in this event again next year. It really is a lot of fun.