The Row of Artists Setting Up Early Saturday Morning in Front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
My Display at the MET. Note the easel. I do plain air paintings as I sell.
Here is a progression of the plein air painting process:
The View at Parkchester Station
The Initial Sketch of My Composition
The Watercolor Wash
Finished Work with Colored Pencil Detail
This piece, Parkchester Station, was purchased immediately by a delightful man who was a woodcarver.
And, here are some more 5"x7," colored pencil and watercolor, plein air pieces made on the trip:
The View over Canal Street in SOHO
Red Umbrellas at the MET
The Steps of the Met
Trees at the Entrance of the Met.
I was working of Trees at the Entrance of the Met when an English gentleman came up and asked me if I could put him in the image. I did, and he purchased it.
So, thank you, NY! Miss you lots!
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