Thursday, August 28, 2008
I thought you would all enjoy seeing this photo of guild member Diana holding up a stem laden with blueberries. I guess the growing conditions were ideal because it was by far the best crop we've seen in years! On this occasion we were hiking up Champlain Mountain on Mount Desert, and we couldn't resist stopping and filling quarts of containers full of them. Between hiking and painting we managed to keep busy during blueberry season.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
This is one of the paintings that I (Eliza) will have in the Sherry French "Mainly Maine" show, called "Summer's End".
Posted by Eliza at 11:29 AM
Both Eliza and I (Nancy Bea) were invited to participate in this exhibit.
September 3rd thru 27th, 2008
Sherry French Gallery
601 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001-1101
Click here for more info on this group show. I have two pieces in it, both set on Monhegan Island, Maine. Unfortunately neither Eliza or I will be at the reception for the show as right then we will actually be on Monhegan, painting, with the rest of the Maine Landscape Guild. Can't wait!
Dead Tree, Burnt Head, oil on canvas laid to board, 8 x 10 inches