Our last paint out was at the blueberry fields a few weeks ago. It has been either cold, rainy or both since then. I remember the warmth of the sun of the mild November day when the color was at its peak. There was a lot of moisture in the air, the fog had burned off earlier, but left a veil of vapor over the distant hillside. This farm is large and beautifully cared for. I talked to the owner who was very helpful in pointing out his favorite vantage points.
These are two pieces I did from photos and earlier sketches done on location.
Plein Air Painting of The Columbia Gorge - 6"x6" | oil on archival panel A small plein air painting of The Columbia Gorge from a very high viewpoint at The Griffin House in Hood River, OR. We live in...
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