Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Tuesday!

It was so windy at Dallas Mountain Ranch today, I opted to forgo the tripod and paint from the passenger side of the truck. A great adventure. To see all of the photos from today (Day one of Pacific NW Plein Air 2014) go HERE.

(My computer crashed, and I have no access to photoshop--so my colors will be a little off until I get some image software). 
(Top Photo) Painting: Celeste Bergin, Mt Hood from Dallas Mtn Ranch, oil on 8x8 canvas panel


8 comments:

CrimsonLeaves said...

That looks rather a comfortable set up to my mind, Celeste! Way to improvise!! Love the painting you produced of Mt. Hood too!! Wish you were here...I could use a good dose of IHOP with one of my besties!

Libby Fife said...

Great results! I've painted in the car also-inclement weather mostly being the reason. Sometimes it is just too cold or too windy:)

Page Railsback said...

Love both paintings..Have paints and brush will travel!

hmuxo said...

You painted these mountains so beautifully, Celeste...Wonderful work!

CAROL HOPPER -- A PAINTER'S JOURNAL said...

Wow...I think I need to visit you in your area. There is so much beauty there. I admire you taking on this challenge yet again. I have had a very intense last twelve months painting year. To take on the challenge again for me would have pushed me over the edge of sanity.

art by Michael Perchard said...

HI Celeste! Been away from the computer for a bit! Good to be back checking our your wonderful work! I love, love, love these mountains! Great colors, brush strokes and so much more. Love your blog!
Take care!
Michael

mary maxam said...

Nice color harmony anf I love the view! (and smart move on the car/studio)

art by Michael Perchard said...

Hello Celeste!
Where do I begin? So much great art! So very little time to write all I want to say! I so love your painting style. I know "painterly" sounds trite to man but your work to me is so very painterly! I love the way you handle the medium!
I will try to catch up on the many posts I missed!
Always a thrill to visit your great blog!
Take care.
Michael