Tuesday, July 30, 2019

A Light Attitude, Too

A Light Attitude, Too
at the Castine Plein Air Festival
painted plein air, mid-day, less than two hours
before the show's setup deadline on July 27, 2019,
10" x 8" (w x h), Daniel Smith, Schmincke Horadam,
and Winsor & Newton watercolors, selected for light fastness
and permanence, and Uniball waterproof fade proof ink on
140 lb. Arches cold press rough 100% cotton watercolor paper
$300, SOLD

Ready, Set, Go at Castine's Show

Ready...for the 2:00 pm judging, and then awards. flowers courtesy of my host, Tracey Lameyer, and her Morningtide Garden, her flower website HERE.


Set...at 4:00 pm for two hours, open the doors, here come the art patrons.

Go...Mary my "runner" kept great track of buyers interests.

Sold, A Little Light, Too, to Penny as soon as the doors opened. This painting had been bare paper less then six hours before, whoa.

Two hours of browsing and socializing and art, a magnificent time.

On the other side of my table, my painter friend from southern Maine, Janet Ledoux, had her paintings on display, two SOLD, Janet's website HERE

Local resident Karen kept looking, and looking, and decided. She got the big one.

Another painter friend from southern Maine, Sara Gray, also received an honorable mention for a painting of the buildings adjoining Dyce's Head Light (seen HERE), five SOLD paintings, Sara's website HERE.

It was a busy wonderful afternoon...

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