I went painting today with a few friends in Northern Vermont. Here is my friend T.M. Nicholas at his easel, slaying em as usual.
Here is T.A. Charron out with his third painting of the day.
Here is Mike Graves. His picture is going well I think. He is smiling. He needs to be extracted when its time to go home. Mike will often work for half an hour past when the light fails.
Here's Eric Tobin who is the local hero. He lives up here and always knows where to paint. He is real fast. Paints kinda like Emile Gruppe. We are incidentally in Gruppe country, just outside of Jeffersonville. There is endless stuff to paint up here, but they get a lot of gray weather.
Here is my morning painting. It is an 18 by 24. Tomorrow I will show you the steps I went through in making it. I shot a series of about six pictures of it as I worked on it and they came out OK, so I will use them as a post. I will take it home and finish it in the studio, which is what I usually do.