Monthly Archives: November 2022

Getting Ready

The holidays are coming, and what better to paint for our still-life Tuesday than poinsettias?

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House above the Lake

I went back to Lake Murray and painted a house that overlooks the lake. It was cold and windy, and I think I captured some of that crisp feeling in this sketch.

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Late Afternoon at Lake Murray

It was around 3 pm, and the sun’s glare reflected on the lake and through the people fishing. I especially liked the shadows that the people cast.

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Grapes in a Bowl

We had large, lovely grapes in a bowl for our Tuesday night Zoom still-life subject. I liked how the artist who set it up arranged the grapes with a gentle diagonal between the green and red grapes.

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Lake Murray Study

Lake Murray is part of the San Diego Mission Trails Regional Park and a great place to walk, bike, and paint. Every direction has a beautiful view, but the view looking west from the boat launch area may be my … Continue reading

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Leo Carrillo City Park

We went up to Leo Carrillo Park in Carlsbad, north of San Diego, to paint trees. These trees have leaves year-round, but their limbs were too beautiful to hide.

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San Diego Bay

It was a perfect day for watching the bay go by.

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