I also completed the painting "Evening Mist", 24x36. A scene depicting an inland waterway as the setting for unique sky effects. I saw this sky over a marsh area north of Clarks Summit PA last month.
Currently, I'm still working on two forest stream paintings, both 24x36. One is a summer scene, the other autumn. Both of these have been in process for 8 months now, but I hope to finish them in order to exhibit at the Skytop PA show in November (see show schedule - "About artist" page).
This week I plan to complete two smaller pieces. The first, began in June, features the surf breaking around a rock formation off Conanicut Island ..... Rhode Island. The second, just started last week, has been progressing fast. Its a 12x24 autumn mountain scene. I plan to exhibit both of these for the first time at the show in Armonk NY this coming weekend.
I welcome the approach of autumn weather with its cool refreshing air. This will shift my focus to painting autumn leaves and inland landscapes. I love the change of seasons, especially the dramatic shifts from September through December. I look forward to SNOW and its magical effects within the forest!!