Sunday, April 9, 2017

Town Hall of Red Oak II

The morning light drew me right in to this place,  as did the windbreak for creature comforts!  After battling the wind all day yesterday. I was ready to seek shelter!  I began by laying in my darks,  and then followed with the morning light.  That light soon loses it's warmth,  so it is important to catch it while I can.  The gusting winds hardly phased me as I was protected by the old cafe on my south.  This is a rather complicated composition,  but dramatic in the angles.  Lowell Davis came by to visit twice as we worked.  This has been such a fun painting trip!  This painting makes 1552 in 1552 days :)

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