SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! and SOLD!
I had a wonderful chance to participate in the Woodland First Friday Art Walk. I was showing with two photographers, Kent Smith and Gwen Kaltoft. It was there I sold all 4 paintings that I was exhibiting.
Then another one was sold at the Yolo Arts Council Gala.
All of these paintings were done at Turkovich, Pete Cattle or Mezger Zinnias Patch.
I want to thank Gwen Kaltoft and Mark Mezger for their purchases!
Nothing but Zinnias 2013, Zinnia Patch, 8 x 6 in., oil on canvas panel
Walking Alone, 8 x 6, oil on canvas panel
Blue Mountains 2013, 8 x 6 in., oil on canvas panel
White Shed, Zinnia Patch 2013, 8 x 6 in., oil on canvas panel, SOLD
Lone Cow 2013, 8 x 6 in., oil on canvas panel
The Yolo Arts Council is again sponsoring their Art & Ag projects. The farms throughout Yolo County invites artists to come on their land to paint the beautiful sceneries – rolling hills, plenty of trees, fresh air for most of us…and an occasional farm equipments.
For February we met at Pete’s Valley Cattle at the end of County Road 26. It’s an organic grass fed cattle ranch with over 400 cattle.
When I do plein air, I paint small. So I used by Guerilla 6 x 8 Thumbbox and oh! it is sooo convenient. I purchased this last year and I’m very pleased how easy it is to set up. Oils, brushes, and Gamsol are easily carried along with a palette plus 2 to 3 panels. (Another post will be devoted to this).
My palette consist of titanium white, ivory black, yellow ochre and transparent red oxide. Later I added cadmium yellow and ultramarine blue. I’m pleased with the results though I intent to go back into it later…like lighting up the mountains, less details.
In November, there will be a fundraiser and paintings are sold.