This weekend I went to my first Cincinnati Paint Out.
The setting was a historic German Town sponsored by the Woman’s Art Club. This group was founded in 1892, originally because the Cincinnati Art Club excluded Woman. Today neither club excludes genders.
This summer I’ve been in transition, moving from South Dakota to the Cincinnati area. I have since completeted the move and I want to recap on my blog what I managed to squeeze in my last summer in South Dakota. This is a painting I did at a Paint Out in Oakwood State Park. Acrylic on a Canvas Panel, 8″x10″.
These are the wonderful people who participated at the Plein Air Outing. I miss you all!
Hot off the easel! “Beyond the Fields” the 8×10″ Canvas Board
I have primary sold my work locally. I’m officially starting to sell my work online at the Daily Paintworks, an Online Gallery, I especially like the artists who are represented there.
Hot off the easel! “Prairie Fields” 8×10″ Canvas Board Dreaming about beautiful sunny days, and freezing my behind!
This is reality! 😀
I enjoyed working with textures in this painting.
“Rolling Up the Carpet #14″ 9×12” Canvas Board
I feel like I’m getting more fluid again with my landscapes. “Prairie Fields” 8×10 Canvas Board
I felt like doing another painting of snow covered hay bales, and make it bigger but still small. I’m gettting warmed up right now from after my hiatus, and that makes it time for exploration. This way I can do more quicker.
“Frosted Flakes #2″ 8×10” Canvas Board
I enjoy making pictures with Hay Bails, but I have never painted them covered in snow.
“Frosted Wheats #1″ 5×7” Canvas Board