Coffee Pot is a majestic rock formation in Sedona. I painted it for the Celebration of Landscape Painting exhibit April 6-9 in Sedona AZ. Stock and I will both be participating in the event. It features Plein air and studio work. We’ll post our daily progress on Facebook and Instagram.
So, today is April 1st which means we have one month left of our Plein Air Passage journey! It’s been amazingly wonderful. Only, I didn’t get as much painting done as I thought I would. Stock did quite well in the production department. No regrets, I filled my time well, hiking and absorbing the beautiful landscapes, and listen, I have a good imagination folks, but it didn’t even come close to the actual beauty that exists here on this planet, in America, in abundance. Our heritage in the protected lands has got to be honored not decimated, and that’s all I’m going to say about that before I start to rant about you know who. Get out and see for yourself. Take the back roads too, it’s longer but far nicer.
Plein air painting is the funnest kind of work. And the hardest kind of painting. Coffee Pot was painted from a photo. Luckily, the upcoming exhibit features both kinds of work because my Plein air painting skills are only just developing.
Thanks for visiting friends, we’ll be home soon!