This is one of the paintings I was able to do on site at the Hawk Lake log chute. It is about a 5 minute walk down river from the chute, then looking up river. A nice place, even had a bench to park all of my painting gear.
This is me painting on site this past fall. I live in such a beautiful area it is hard to chose where to go to paint. I went with another painter, Karen Sloan (she snapped the picture). We had a great day and I was able to do 2 paintings that day.
$120 I worked this painting up from a photo that was taken one evening when my husband and I were fishing. (I don't think we caught any thing) The sunsets on the lake where our cottage is are great. The fishing isn't bad either.
This is a painting of the ravine behind our house. It was one of those days when it felt like spring was just around the corner. I grabbed the camera and went out to get some shots. I like to paint the contrast between the ground and the snow.
These are roots of a very large pine tree along the trail at the Hawk Lake Log Chute. My husband and I went hiking there when the log chute restoration opened. An interesting spot with lots of history. I wanted to capture the cool 'greeness' of the place.
18" x 24" oil $650 'Along the Trail - Frost Center 2' is actually along the hiking trail at the Frost Center on St. Nora's Lake, not far from where I live. My husband, son and I were hiking here on Thanksgiving weekend of 2006. Maybe it was the company and or the place, but it made an impact on me. A very beautiful spot.