We waited out the storm which brought some spectacular cloud formations and dropped snow on the peaks just above the red rocks. We tried to setup a couple of times, but every time, it started to rain. Weather report promised sun the next day so we headed for camp and returned to paint with Susan in the morning. The morning was clear and snow hung on long enough to paint it. Our new friend Sedona plein air painter Susan Pitcairn showed us many spectacular vistas and introduced us to Vince Fazio at the Sedona Arts Center who is a fine painter himself and director of the Sedona Plein Air Festival. We showed him our work and he invited us to participate! So, it looks like we’ll come back through in the spring. They also have a big plein air event in the fall that we will apply for and hope to get juryed in. Stock painted Sedona Snows from just a block off Main Street. It’s fascinating to be in a town with such dramatic landscape looming all around. Don’t know how anyone gets anything done.