Looking for Winter

We have had an unseasonable shortage of snow here in Southern Colorado; chalk it up to LaNina or whatever,
but on Friday
Sue McCullough,
Dave Montgomery and myself went looking for some winter. We found snow and sunshine, the perfect combination,
up at Rock Creek
not and hour from the house. With temps at 31 degrees and NO wind, it was like a day in the park. This photo of Sue expresses out feelings, exactly.

Sue, Dave and myself paint out together often and amid other things, are working toward a show that will include work from all three of us done on trips together. That show will open with a party on Friday, June 3rd in the Upstairs Gallery at the Creede Repertory Theatre, in Creede.

June is aways off though, in the meantime, we will enjoy a little bit of snow. This was my piece from our beautiful morning in the mountains. I have been experimenting with a more extreme format of 1 by 2. This painting is 20"x 10".


Gail Watford said...

Looks like ya'll had a wonderful day in the snow! Love your new painting. The new format works out perfectly with the aspens....beautiful!

Judith Greenwood said...

Rock on!!!!

Anonymous said...

looks like my backyard, ya'll come up anytime! beautiful!

eldon said...

Well I'm glad you guys finally got out. Sue has been suffering from cabin fever I think. It's apparent she is better now.

Coni said...

We are all better. Amazing what one day IN the landscape will do for you. I am especially grateful, as I look back on it- because today the temps are way below ZERO.