October 12, 2014

Punchline - Small Oil Daily Painting, En Plein Air

Oil on Gesso Board

Fall has taken over all of our senses with cooler temperatures, earthy smells, and the gorgeous colors, beautiful consequence of the colder nights. :)

As most of my friends know I am taking a painting class with local artist Joe Lombardo, and every week we go to a different location in or around Columbus, OH.
This week we went to a park with a big pond that would have been gorgeous to paint, but it was raining, so we stayed under a shelter and the view of the trees near the parking lot was spectacular.

Once again I chose to paint small because I wanted to finish the painting on location, and here it is, I called it Punchline because of the brightness and sharpness of the trees, so fun to see, though we know is the last show-off before bare branches.

I had fun painting this colorful scene, and some extra fun making a last minute squiggly textures. :)

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” 
~Albert Camus

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