Saturday, May 30, 2009


Saturday morning Plein Air, this is just the blocking in stage. Once again, the neighborhood was singing it's song. "Lawn mowers and Weed Whackers".

I had a problem with the acrylic paint drying to fast.
I was to lazy to take the time and use my acrylic pallet, and yes at one point my painting was airborne. All in all it was delightful. Thank God for digital cameras. I can finish this one in my studio.

12 comments:

  1. Nice painting. It has a wonderful feeling. Lots of different edges creating depth and dimension.

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  2. Hi Dori,
    Thank you for the kind words. I am having a problem, with my photo. My picture no longer shows up on the blogs I follow.

    Have a great day.
    Joan

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  3. I love the dreamy quality of your painting! Beautiful.

    Judy

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  4. Hi Judy

    Thank you for kind comment. It is much appreciated. Have a great day.

    Regards
    Joan

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  5. This is a very nice start and impressive for plein air.

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  6. Thank you. Your comment is much appreciated.

    Regards
    Joan

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  7. Hi Joan,
    nice start and painting. I like the depth you have going there.

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  8. Hi Kim,

    Thank you. The hard part for me is continuing to the finish. I just have to say to myself, what's the worse that could happen? So it ends up in the closet. It's still fun. Take care.

    Joan

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  9. I too like the atmosphere in this painting. I am looking forward to see it finished.

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  10. Hi Doris,

    Thank you for visiting my blog. Today was a wasted day., unable to paint. Hopefully some time this week I'll finish.

    Best Regards
    Joan

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  11. I'm so impressed by your plein air paintings, Joan. Air born!! whoa! Great work for having to chase it around. :-)

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  12. Hi Liz,

    Thank you Liz,it was really fun. Can't wait to get out there again. Liz, thank you for the comment on Sue's painting. She will be very pleased to see your kind words.

    Joan

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