Saturday, February 9, 2013
Field Sketch, Laguna Beach
click here for purchase information Yesterday I drove down to Laguna Beach for a meetup with SOCALPAPA, Southern California Plein Air Painters Association. A cold rain was forecast, so I really didn't know what to expect. The sun shone and the sky was beautifully cloudy. No other painters in sight. I painted anyway and absolutely loved being out in the weather. Rain, hail and wind, but I was layered up and warm. Next time I'll remember a hat with a brim to keep the rain off my glasses, and a big umbrella. I wore my fingerless gloves for the first time, and with the latex over they stayed warm and dry.
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Beautiful, Karen! Sounds like you were well prepared and it paid off!ReplyDelete
I think that this is a case where the painting is more striking than the real view. You really created something very nice. I like it a lot.ReplyDelete
That is great. What a great painting that came from your adventure! Too bad everyone else wasn't as brave.ReplyDelete
Love this scene. I agree it is so much better than the real view. It is so soft and looks like a place anyone would want to visit.ReplyDelete