Sunday, November 21, 2010
Kathy's Ledge, 8x10 oil
This is a study from the Maine trip in September....and a gift for Kathy whose cabin we stayed in. The old bench was built by her parents many years ago and, even though they are now gone, the bench is still around but leaning a bit. The 'ledge' is an outcropping of bedrock jutting out into Lake McGunticook and has been there since before the English landmass separated and drifted across the Atlantic......now that's old.
Here are two forest studies from western Montana that were done just a few feet from the cabin. It's a fun challenge to just walk out, plop down and paint whatever is there and try and make something of it. These are both 8x8 oils and took about 25 minutes each if I remember correctly.
The rocks (more geology) were dropped by the mile high glacier that once covered the area and left Flathead Lake behind.
Posted by Darrell Anderson at Sunday, November 21, 2010
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