I’ve been working on a few watercolours for Gallery 78’s Christmas show, so I thought I’d do a little preview of the paintings over the next few days.
It’s hard to say goodbye but summer has left us, and the coolness of a Canadian fall has set in. As we wait for the inevitable monochromatic days of a northern winter, nature gives us one last splash of colour. I’ve always liked the autumn hues, and many times have enjoyed preserving them in my Mason jar paintings.
Today’s post is a collection of watercolour “Fall Flavours” I delivered to Gallery 78 in Fredericton, New Brunswick over the weekend.
Its preserve season, people will be taking the bounty of a summer harvest and making it available for months to come. Today’s post preserves “ART”, a treat that will keep well into the future.
Today’s painting is a work in progress. I’m hoping to preserve a little ART.
I know you need to be a bit larger to be considered a ship, but “Boat Ashore” just didn’t seem right.