Over the last few weeks, I’ve been painting quite a bit but have no time for the blog. If you’re like me you’d rather see the work anyway so I will upload some of the paintings I’ve done. The first group was done with Leon Holmes on his last day here in the US. We spent the day at Vickery Creek here in Roswell along with a great dinner at Salt in Roswell, finishing up with nocturnes afterward.
The second group of two Plein Air oil paintings was done on Hembree Rd. in Roswell. There is a stretch of somewhat undisturbed rural beauty consisting of a few early homes and a small farm. This is a spot that has been on my list for some time now.
Memorial Day weekend I spent a day out at Moutain Park painting this 8 x16 of the lake and Sunday near the railroad tracks on Canton Rd. for this view of a concrete factory
Last Saturday I drove out to Dacula GA for the third installment of the Gwinnett Parks Plein Air. A lot of driving, even more walking, and a bit of painting produced this 12 x16 that takes a bit of a turn for me in that I used a small knife for a lot of it. I’ve been meaning to try this for some time—finally got the nerve.
This last week I’ve been working on paintings for the Atlanta Zoo’s Art Gone Wild Event. I will put a post together on this after the auction on Saturday night.