Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Waiting for Spring

It's a dark raw day, and I can barely wait for spring, but there are compensations. I'm not tempted to leave my studio. I have a fresh pot of tea beside me. And I'm getting a lot of work done. Here is a new painting from my last trip to Maine, in January. This is a pasture along the road to Wolfe's Neck. I had been planning to get a hike in before I started driving back to Pennsylvania, but the park was closed, apparently due to dangerous ice conditions. Sometimes it's better to be in the studio.

3 comments:

Nancy Bea Miller said...

It's lovely!

AT said...

I'm always impressed by your strong designs and your ability to create an interesting painting on an overcast day.

Mary said...

Beautiful, I want to hike right into the painting.