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I paint many demonstration paintings as I teach and most of the time I don’t go back and finish them up because I don’t usually have time before I am on to something else.  But occasionally I will go in and tighten up one or two so that they are a little more complete.  Here are a few that I did add a little more to recently.  You can see the original posts for these paintings here:  Still Life,  Sailboat Landscape, and Tulips.

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The kids painted these wonderful summer landscapes this week.  Beautiful!

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Yesterday was busy for The Studio.  Art Camp in the morning had the campers painting a beautiful Monet inspired sailboat.  The kids did a fabulous job on this one.  And we even had a little time left to explore palette knife painting.  We pack a LOT into just three hours in the morning at camp.

As soon as camp ended we loaded up the supplies and rushed out to the Shenandoah River State Park to hold a Paint Party for Lord Fairfax Community College Workforce Solutions Team.  They painted a wonderful view from the park of a road that leads to the River.  Even a huge impending storm couldn’t dampen our spirits.  This enthusiastic group was a joy with which to  paint.  Thanks everyone!   Check out more about “Team Building” here.  

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The Regatta

While in Newport recently I ran across this little Regatta on Saturday.  Got some nice shots of sailboats to paint.  As a daily painter I am always gathering photos for my reference file.

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