about 6x10 pastel and watercolor on Uart paper $100. plus tax and shipping
This morning the grasses were covered with frost: serious glove weather again.
Recently I have been rereading Hensche on Painting. He reduces some important painting ideas into few words. He preaches "light key," something I have been thinking about a lot recently.
Hensche says, "Always turn your study of the landscape into studied large masses until you have achieved the light key." Today (with the freezing color weather) those decisions were made lightening fast in watercolor, carried to the car to dry by the heater and next elaborated on with pastel. That's my Halloween trick for you. Now, back to the studio. Happy Halloween!