|Canoeing with Shirley and Carol at Adirondack workshop. Life can't all be fun and games.|
I set out this morning to write something deep and serious, but events overtook me. (It’s a temporarily rocky road I’m on.)
|Sue and Brad painting in my front garden during roses-and-peony season.|
What I really want is to think about painting outdoors in the summer, so here are some scenes from previous seasons. I’ve painted at 10°F—indeed, I’ve painted at 0°F—but not this year.
These are just a small sample of the many people I've been privileged to paint with and/or teach over the year, but just looking at good weather and good company reminds me that Spring is—indeed—right around the corner.
|Teressa at the swing bridge, Rochester side.|
|Catherine in my garden.|
|Kamillah at Lock 32 on the Erie Canal.|
|Jake and Sam at the Pont de Rennes bridge in downtown Rochester. Can you tell they're related?|
|Cindy at her own farm.|
|Painting on the porch at the Irondequoit Inn.|
|Quick draw on the floating dock at Camden.|
|Nancy, Matt and Pamela painting on Monhegan.|
|Shirley painting at Owl's Head Light.|
|A break with Lynne and John at Owl's Head, ME.|
|Resting on the Monhegan ferry.|
|Break time at Camden harbor.|
|Matt in Highland Park in Rochester.|
|Painting with Brad at Rye.|
|Garrett at Port Clyde, ME.|
|And Kamillah freezing in a late Spring snowstorm in the Adirondacks. A good place to finish this up!|
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