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.
Me, and three friends, were given a unique opportunity to go out to Ditchley yesterday and paint. Ditchley will be the newest, top notch, must see destination in a few months — not just in the Northern Neck, but on the East Coast! All I can say is wow! And I should have take a… Continue reading The Cidery
Went late yesterday morning into the early afternoon to the Kayak Launch at Windmill Point in Lancaster County, VA to paint. There are gorgeous views of the swamp as you drive down to this site, but all the property is privately owned and they are not happy to have visitors stopping to paint along the… Continue reading Windmill Kayak Launch
I got back on that horse called Plein Air Painting after a very rough start on earlier this week. To spare my sore foot (who knows what I actually did to it), I loaded everything into the golf cart and took off down the lane. At the crossing where two of my neighbors’ driveways enter… Continue reading Spring on the Lane
Went down to Irvington on Thursday afternoon and met up with Karen, Daphne, and Johnny and found spot in the Commons there from which to paint. I honestly fell in love with the little green truck but was too far away from it to really get any real detail or accuracy. I really need to… Continue reading Busy, busy
If you visit George Washington’s Birthplace and walk up to the Visitor’s Center and then walk to the right edge of the brick patio in front and look down over the water, you will see my view. Of course it will need to be about 12:30 p.m. on a mid-October afternoon on a bright sunny day.… Continue reading Potomac View
Had a wonderful morning at the public pier at Glebe Point near Burgess, VA painting plein air. As we arrived, a heavy fog was lifting and the air was still and the temps cool. I took a few photos before I set to work. Note the beautiful reflections. The water was like glass. Then a… Continue reading On the Great Wicomico River