A Winsor Lemon Victorian Cottage in the Morning Sunlight at Eureka Springs

Second Morning in Eureka Springs

How could a life of plein air painting get any better?  I woke before my 7:00 alarm, found Eureka Springs bathed in yellow sunlight, and decided to give this perspective a shot.  I loved the Winsor Lemon color of this Victorian in the slanting yellow rays of the morning sun, and the longer I gazed at this setting, the more “taken” I was by the lemon yellow sunlight that washed the atmosphere, and the complementary lavender shadows that flowed out from the foreground pavement.  I did not want to stop painting on this composition!  I finally made myself stop, pencil in some refinements on the house, sign it and leave it alone!  This one was hard to release.

The Carnegie Public Library, as it turned out, is right around the corner from this lovely home on Spring Street.  How convenient to step into this air-conditioned ambiance, enjoy the aged, classic architecture of the interior, and post this blog!  How could it get any better?

Thanks for reading.  More tomorrow, as the plein air odyssey continues.

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4 Responses to “A Winsor Lemon Victorian Cottage in the Morning Sunlight at Eureka Springs”

  1. lesliepaints Says:

    Welcoming. That is what this painting is. Beautiful, David!

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  2. davidtripp Says:

    Thank you, Leslie. I was really feeling something “special” as I worked on this one. Didn’t want to stop!

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  3. sartenada Says:

    It is a real joy for an eye. I love its colors and the building in it.

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    • davidtripp Says:

      Thank you. I really would like to take a photograph of this one back to the studio. I believe the composition is worthy of a larger painting, with more detail.

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