Friday, July 3, 2009

Sinton Pond

11" x 14" oil on panel
$125.00 + $10. s/h
contact me if interested


Yesterday my plein-aire group painted at Sinton Pond, which is right next to Sinton Dairy, one of the oldest dairies in town. When our kids were small, one of their milkmen delivered our milk every week.
It was a beautiful Colorado morning. One of our members brought freshly baked blueberry scones (with enough extras that we had some to take home!)
The walk to the pond was down a trail, under a train track, up a hill, and around to the bench in back. I had arthroscopic knee surgery last week , and at my age, the recovery seems slow. I was a very slow walker to the bench! But, I got there!

Tomorrow I'm off to Philadelphia to take a workshop at Studio Incamminati and to visit my sister.

7 comments:

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

Beautiful work. Hope you feel better and enjoy your trip.

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

This is really lovely and worth the slow trip. Take care of your knee and have a good visit with your sister.

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Pam, one more beautiful painting! Have a fun time on your trip It sounds wonderful! Hope your knee gets up to speed really soon!

Pam Holnback said...

Debbi, Dana, & Nancy, Thanks. I'm looking forward to the workshop & the visit.

Dean H. said...

Love your brushwork, foliage, and reflections in this, Pam!
Wow, you're sure getting around considering your surgery was but a short time ago. Have fun but be careful.

Celeste Bergin said...

VERY fresh! Love it

Gwen Bell said...

What an absolutely beautiful painting! Love the sunlight and the variety of greens. Of course, your style is wonderful. Love it!

Hope you heal quickly!