Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Painting the Gettysburg Battlefield by Larry Lerew

#12-06-21 Size: 8" x 16"

#12-06-20 Size: 12" x 36"

#12-06-19 Size: 8" x 10"
Participating in the Gettyburg Festival Plein Air Event this week.
Here are three out of my first five works. I think I'll switch to watercolor or creative drawings on paper for the last half of the week. Last evening I painted by the Copse of Trees on the Battlefield and it felt a little spooky. It was super quite and I heard footsteps coming up behind me several times and then stop. Most times it was tourists admiring my work but one time I turned and no one was there. Do ghosts enjoy painting too? There is always someone or something looking over my shoulder. Just another interesting experience while out plein air painting.

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Sharon K Benner said...

Wonderful color and composition. Sorry I missed you at Hausers Winery on Sunday, I left at 1 pm because no one showed up and it was really hot (90 degrees) and not much shade.

Larry Lerew said...

Sorry I missed you. I started over from Eisenhours Farm after noon but got lost. I headed east on 30 and then back tracked to west 30 and missed the road signs and went beyond. It was 2:15 when I arrived and everyone was gone. Saw your show which was impressive and nicely displayed. Really was tired of driving and as you said it was hot so I went home.

Julie Riker said...

I am so sorry I am not able to join you all in GBurg this week - it seems like so much fun and so many painting opportunities. Larry your work is always amazing -- the monuments is an especially impressive and complex painting. Nice job!

Cecelia Lyden said...

I love the monument painting too, but all of them are so wonderfully rendered in your ever unique style.