Ghosts of Eureka Springs Past

Ghosts of Eureka Springs PastI just got my painting framed at the Weiler House Gallery (http://weilerhousefineart.com) and will soon deliver it to the Eureka Springs School of the Arts for their first faculty art show.  I haven’t seen the town since I left it last June, when I was privileged to teach a one-week plein air watercolor class to an outstanding group of painters.

I’m glad the painting is finally framed, and that I am at the beginning of a one-week Spring Break from school.  Already I’m in the garage planing out my next composition, and hopefully will have it posted soon.

Thank you for reading.

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4 Responses to “Ghosts of Eureka Springs Past”

  1. lindahalcombfineart Says:

    Gorgeous!!!! Enjoy your week.

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  2. davidtripp Says:

    Thank you. I finally got started on another large one today. Hopefully will have enough paint on it tomorrow to get it posted.

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  3. lesliepaints Says:

    Absolutely beautiful, David!

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  4. David Tripp Says:

    Thank you, Leslie. It’s inspired me to try another full-sheet size. A Victorian house on a hill. Hopper always gets my attention here. I’m feeling kind of timid, but glad I jumped into it anyway.

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