Monday, 10 April 2017

SVPAP PAINTERS


Susan, Johanna, and Felicity are making good use of the warm spring weather,  producing beautiful art this past Sunday. The West Fairview boat launch was crowded with others, fishermen, boaters in addition to our group members.

COPSE OF TREES By Cecelia Lyden

oil
8x10
www.cecelialyden.com

Sunday was a sunny, warm day and several of us  from our group, took advantage of the weather to "officially"start our plein aire painting at the West Fairview boat launch. I had only a small 8x10 canvas and, rather than painting a landscape, I opted to paint this thicket of trees, which only covered a small area. I really liked the "pinkish" sunlight hitting the trees and branches.




Friday, 31 March 2017

Texas Trip by Julie Riker

Here are some paintings from a recent trip to Texas.  I went with 5 other artists and we stayed on a ranch an hour and a half West of Austin, near Llano.  It was beautiful landscape, much different from what I see and paint around Pennsylvania.  

Blue Bonnets and Prickly Pear
9x12 oil

Blue Bonnet Road
9x12

Backlit Prickly Pear
8x10

Down At The Creek
9x12

Misty Morning Mesquite
8x10

Home On The Range
6x12



Monday, 27 March 2017

"Out and About" by Debra Tritt Kreiger


10x8 watercolor on crescent board
Last week I was out plein air painting with my brother Jon on the Gettysburg battlefield. I'm generally a fair weather painter, but it was a cold morning and it felt pretty good to get some of the cob webs from winter cleaned out! I painted most of the painting on site and decided to add an American crow on the fence post.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Winter In Willow Park by Julie Riker


9x12 oil

I was happy that we had a brief little snow storm last week.  It was just enough snowfall to make everything pretty - and it wouldn't be winter until I got to paint a snow scene :)
This was painted in Willow Park, Camp Hill.  




If you would like to see more of my work please visit my website www.julieriker.com

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

New website

I have decided to simplify my life and reduce the need to blog in many different places so I am posting my website address where I will do all future blogging.  I will also post on Facebook but direct viewers to the website.  My new website is www.barbaradeugarte.com.   Please visit me at my new website,  read the blog,  and sign up for future newsletters.   Thanks.