An Online Artist's Coop for Artists who Paint on Location
I have noticed that when I paint outdoors, I use far less white paint than when I paint indoors. Mostly I use it in skies and water. I tend to use Naples Yellow when lightening foliage. Now I don’t…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Georgina Rey May 23, 2012.
In 2008 I began painting again after a twenty year hiatus. I joined the High Country Artists in Cle Elum and enjoy painting outdoors with the group. I also paint in my garage-studio from photos that I have taken. Watercolor was the first medium I fell in love with. I now use acrylics, both regular drying and the “open” slower drying kind, because of their easy water cleanup.
In the early fall of 2010, I was delighted to meet Donald and Suzie Maier at Lynne Haines’s lake cabin in Lincoln, Washington.
I earned a BS in Education - Art Major, from Chadron State College in Nebraska. I have worked at the Department of Transportation as a seasonal Traffic Systems Safety Operator for more than 30 years. Somehow I always knew that I would paint again.
In the high country of upper Kittitas County in Washington state the fall colors are a feast for the eyes.
For the past four days I have been out sketching and photographing rather than painting partly because of the frequent rain showers and partly because I recently received a copy of Darrell Anderson's book Value Sketching With Markers.(www.darrellanderson.blogspot.com) When the sun pops out the fall…Continue
Posted on October 10, 2011 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments
On Saturday, we met at Dry Falls to paint. Windy and gusty, but beautiful light and skies.
Lynne Haines, Greg Caudell, me (June Shull), Kathryn Townsend. Also joining in were Loretta West, Ginger Stogdell, and Pam (a friend of Lynne's).…
Posted on May 3, 2010 at 7:00pm — 4 Comments