Friday, May 23, 2008

Arboretum Plein Air



Monday morning I went with fellow artist Barbara Woods to the Dallas Arboretum to find something to paint for their May Paint-Out. There are so many beautiful scenes it is almost a little too overwhelming. It would have been nice to take a visit a day before to scope out the place and get a feel for what to paint.


After walking around a bit both Barbara and I set up our easels in front of the DeGolyer Home and painted the door. I love doors so it was appropriate, I felt although the painting does not feature a lot of flowers.


So I did a second painting of a trio of pots that were near the Cafe along the walkway the lead to the DeGolyer Home. The combination of white, read and blue flowerpots were beautiful. It was full of Geraniums and Petunias.




4 comments:

Melissa & Emmitt said...

hi judy!
both of your paintings are breathtaking! and i always love to see your painting of winnie. it was fun to see her on nancy's blog today.
xo
melissa

Judy Mackey said...

Thank you for your kind words and visit, Melissa.

BTW I loved your newsletter!
Luv,
Judy

Nancy Medina said...

gejnfrdBeautiful work Judy! I love the blue flowerpot...and the doorway...and the red geraniums...
Nancy and the fatties

Judy Mackey said...

Thank you, Nancy!! I'm sorry I missed Saturday. Your pug paintings are wonderful!
Judy