This morning about 60 artists gathered downtown for the “Quickdraw”. For those of you not familiar with this, it is a timed plein air competition. We had 90 minutes to
Another gloomy, gray day this morning. Oh well. I decided to go out anyway and find something to paint, not expecting anything. I ended up doing one of the best
I need to select paintings to frame tomorrow and Friday for the show. This is my current take on ranking them. The first 3 (in red text) will be jurried
I met Ron Schlorff and Julia Seelos today on a riverbed inside Moraine Park for a morning of painting. I had a back spasm this morning (I have a herniated
I set out to paint a large sunset tonight, but I could tell the combination of low and high clouds would not produce much. Instead, I sat down and painted
The “Art Spirit” is with me today–another clear morning to paint. As planned, I headed to the Alluvial Falls so I can expand upon my initial study and paint a
Ah, another nice nap today before going out in the afternoon to paint until sunset–what a life! I ended up at Moraine Park, one of my favorite spots so far
Another beautiful morning…I’m definitely detecting a pattern at Estes Park: nice mornings, followed by rain around 12noon. In the afternoon, sometimes it clears, but so far not often. The light
After a good burger at a local cafe–and a 90 minute nap 🙂 –I continued my painting adventures here, as usual, without the full cooperation of the weather. Oh well.
After a good night’s rest, awoke to a fantastic, sunny day at 7am. Finally! I drove to the Alluvial Fan area of Rocky Mountain National Park to paint the waterfall.