The sky gave us a show of beautiful billowing clouds today. I painted this on one of those "natural linen" canvas panels. I have not had the best luck with those, but today the inherent neutral of the support helped me to place the undersides of the clouds.
I also used my half size Jullian easel (that I haven't used very often). I wanted to test it to see if I might like to paint with it and a palette laid across the drawer. It was more of a chore to put up than my pochade box and everything was heavier, but it was a nice change and I'll use it again soon. I especially appreciated the larger mixing area.
Sorry, Mufasa, you have to stay home and hold down the fort.
Painting: Celeste Bergin, Clouds over Corbett, oil on 8x10 canvas panel