It was such a lovely, busy and delicious trip and here are my sketches, unedited. There is never enough time to finish a painting because it is always a rush but the important thing is to get a flavor/glimpse/hint of a few things along the way. The important thing is to create a memory. Click to see full images.
This painting painted itself. I’ve not lived in snow for many years but the memories certainly rush back, all those walks in the woods up Totten Hollow in Bradford, PA!
Sapin de Noël took a ribbon at the Watercolor Art Society-Houston and sold to a loving home. Yay!
*On view through November, 2017 at the Watercolor Art Society-Houston, 1604 West Alabama, Houston, TX 77493. www.watercolorhouston.org
(correction! This was Marc Chagall’s home!) Imagine our surprise in October to learn the house next door to our beautiful hotel was once a residence of Marc Chagall. Inside, Giacommetti painted a mural for him which, we were told, remains.