Balboa Park Sky

The Cabrillo Bridge spans the freeway that cuts through the edge of Balboa Park in San Diego. From it, you can see the steep canyon side and the towers of the Museum of Us that rise above the foliage. It is a great place to stop and take in the vista, and a great place to paint. I was there this week and wanted to capture the chaos of all the trees and bushes.

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7 Responses to Balboa Park Sky

  1. barbara says:

    Oh Sarah, I LOVE this! It is absolutely DREAMY!!!!!! Gentle and WILD at the same time. I often stop on my little neighborhood hiking trail and gaze at the energy in the vegetation that some may call weeds, yet it is harmonious at the same time.

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  2. equinoxio21 says:

    I remember a church in San Diego. Was that Balboa? (Half a century ago)
    I like your brushing. (Nice impression)

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  3. tprevey says:

    Love the jungly, windy ambiance of this painting!


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