Sunday, March 22, 2009

Painting at Book Carriage Book Store




What a beautiful painting day at the Book Carriage Bookstore and Coffee Shop. The owners, Larry and Angie opened this beautiful bookstore five months ago. They both appreciate art and have a loft area where they display art from local artists. A few of my paintings are displayed there currently. This weekend was a little "art fair" on the patio where some of the local artists gathered to paint together.




"Larry's Village
8 x 10 inches, Oil on Board, Palette knife

I got to bring out my favorite travel EasyL easle for the the event...I really need to use it more often so that I don't forget to bring all the supplies I might need. This time I forgot to pack a lighter yellow...I only had Cad Yellow Medium and Yellow Ochre! It was little windy but the temperatures were in the high '70's which made the paint dry faster than I could paint.


"Quiet Times"
10 x 8 inches, Oil on Board, Palette Knife



8 comments:

r garriott said...

Oh my! The purple and gold really make this one sing!

Manon Doyle said...

Beautiful! Both pieces are so lovely Judy! Wonderful way to enjoy a day!

Hellenne Vermillion said...

You look like a young, female "Claude Monet" with the hat on!

Judy Mackey said...

Thank you R.
Manon - yes it was a lovely day - and warm!!
Hellenne - LOL - female Claude cracks me up!!

Judy

Carol Horzempa said...

How wonderful to paint outdoors in nice weather with fellow artist! Your colors are beautiful, even without the light yellow.

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

The paintings are beautiful...I love your purples and the trees...ahhh lovely! I think you did wonderfully, even without the light yellow! How fabulous to be able to paint outside! We are in for 2' of snow today, so I'm envious!!

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi judy!
oh how fun! what a beautiful day! i am just in awe of the wonderful paintings you create!
wow!

linda cardina said...

GORGEOUS PIECE!!!