First Real Day of Spring Break, March 15, 2010

Decatur Texas--Whistlestop Cafe and Petrified Oil Station

Hopefully I’ll have a new watercolor sketch to post this evening.  Spring break began last Friday after school, but I was committed to a 4-day art festival.  Today is my first day of freedom, with a week stretched out before me.  I’m in the mood for plein air painting, and Texas weather is ideal for that right now.  This painting I finished in my booth during the first day of the art festival (last Thursday).  It’s been posted during its “in progress” stages, but now I’m glad to sign off and be finished with it.  I finished several other works in the booth as well, and will post them soon.  But now, I’m off to paint for the afternoon!

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One Response to “First Real Day of Spring Break, March 15, 2010”

  1. lindahalcombfineart Says:

    You are so lucky to be able to do some plein air! We walked the dogs at the park this morning but it is still cold, wet and dreary. Yuk! This painting brings back my childhood when we would drive through the Indiana countryside on Sunday afternoons. Very nice.

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