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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Do Not Enter




Hi there, I painted this from a photo I took last fall. This is in Lancaster Ohio. This little community was built around a church maybe 80-100 years ago and all of the residents were members of this one church. One little home is cuter than the next, some are so tiny. A lot of them have been added onto several times. The tight little streets went up and down and this one had a "Do not enter" sign at one end. Not sure two cars could have passed on any of them. We had bought our new camper and wanted to try it out for the night and stay close to the dealer so we stayed at the campground in the this little town if you want to call it that. Anyway I woke up on my birthday in my new camper in this precious little village. Nice memories. This is oil on a 8 x 10 stretched canvas. SOLD

I managed to get outside and paint yesterday, it was a wonderful day. Warm, dry and sunny, all things that have been hard to come by this spring. Soon it will be very hot and we'll be in a drought, lol.

Have a good weekend

6 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Really nice, Barbara....Happy Birthday and good luck with that camper. Nice to get around to art fairs with I suppose. Don't rub it in about getting out to paint, we are squishing here in Maine with rain for a week and still more to come. Now if I want to mud paint, that's another story.

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Carol, Sorry about all the rain, this hasn't really felt like spring has it? Sorry that was confusing, actually my birthday was in the fall when I took this photo. We'll have nice weather soon. :)

Nina Stephens said...

These are gorgeous, Barb! I love the shadows on the street. You can see the sun coming thru the trees. Just wonderful!!

Barbara Pask said...

Thank you Nina, This is two different photos of the same painting, trying to show a close up version of it. I love painting houses especially charming older homes.

sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks.

Barbara Pask said...

Thank you Sewa. Please visit again.