Saturday, March 2, 2013

Minto Brown Winter

We had planned it for a long time and it was worth the effort. Portland people went south and Eugene painters came north and we met at Minto Brown Island Park on the Willamette. The sky was overcast and brooding but we all were diligent and produced work that expressed the muted mood of this late winter day. Almost nothing better than making paintings outside with good people! Celeste Bergin has some photos on her blog. She chronicles everything!
watermedia on paper 12"x9"


available work

7 comments:

Jo Reimer said...

Nice, very nice. I want to see the other painting, too.
What a gorgeous place; I want to return soon.

Celeste Bergin said...

Thanks for the demonstration today, Randall. I really appreciated being able to see you work "in real time".
The results are beautiful!

Maureen said...

Lovely!

Ruth Armitage said...

Thanks for getting us together :) It was a joy to work alongside you, as always, and I appreciated getting to know some other artists!

Julie Ford Oliver said...

Love this painting. Came over from Celeste's blog.
Sound like you all had a wonderful time.

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

Beautiful -- your responses to the landscape are soulful and lovely!

Nathan Fowkes said...

Very nice.

I enjoy the Los Angeles weather until I see the moods other people get out of their more "seasonal" locations and start to get envious.