Monday, June 06, 2011

All Dumped Out

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I decided to take some larger panels with me on this trip to see if I liked that better when painting outdoors. And I did enjoy it, though it took longer to paint, which made things a little trickier since the light changed so fast. This is one of the old trucks from the Gold King Mine.
On the third day we painted at Slide Rock. We had a couple of extra painting companions that day. We had a blast, but all I have to show for it is this photo of us: (James, Mary, me, Nancy & Kelley)

7 comments:

Keith said...

Great painting. Love the vigor of it. And great subject matter to.

MARIA VILLIOTI said...

Great painting Carol!!!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

I had no idea, when I saw this painting, that the size was an issue at all! You have the ability to make a monumental painting in a small (even 8x8 is small, really) space. I love this truck - you feel like you're standing right next to it :) ... Jerome :) :) :)

Amber L. Bailey said...

Sounds like you've been on adventures lately, I'm jealous! lol. Great work as always.

Kathy Cousart said...

Love that truck! Has an attitude somehow- just awesome...

MeeLi Lee said...

So much power and ruggedness in an 8x8". Great painting! I, too enjoy painting on larger supports. It's very freeing.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Love it and love how you just soldiered on with the swarms of biting bugs and overcast light while
Kelley and I shopped :D