"Alpine Glow", 16" X 20", Oil
"A Break in the Storm", 16" X 20", Oil
In a couple of weeks I am showing with PAC6 at Hillside Fine Art in Claremont, with a show that has a very unusual concept. Here was the task: Create 2 sets of paintings. Two views of the same scene in different weather, season or time of day. Above are images of one of my set's. Last October I traveled with PAC6 to Yosemite and we experienced Painting in rain storms, frozen meadows and in sunny fall glory, all in the span of one week. My first two views are along the Merced River behind the Yosemite Lodge. What a difference a day makes!
If you would like to come to the show and see the "double takes", created by PAC6, please come! The show opens on January 17th and runs until February 28th. We will all be present for the reception February 6th, from 5pm - 7pm. Here is the gallery website for more details.
*PAC6 is a group of 6 women artists committed to painting the beauty and grandeur of the American landscape. The group is: Linda Brown, Debra Holladay, Nita Harper, Marian Fortunati, Sharon Weaver and Laura Wambsgans.
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