|Done in my Pentalic Aqua sketchbook. Leaves are from a nature hike back home in Arizona, the rest is from Maine.|
Above: Sketches from an Audubon Center hiking trail. Left are some sights I saw on the path from the top of a treehouse like structure, and the right is a lake view where I saw a great blue heron fly overhead.
And now, for a place that I find myself painting again and again: Great Bay, New Hampshire.
Above: The first time I visited AND the first time I painted this, in my Pentalic Aqua sketchbook again.
The first time I painted this scene I couldn't get it out of my head, so I followed it up with a doodle of the place in sunset, on an artist trading card:
|Little doodle with a little song...|
As you can see, that song quote makes an appearance again. I don't know why I keep scrawling it on these New Hampshire and Maine forest sketches. Because I painted Great Bay AGAIN (more pines, actual pine content exaggerated) on the Khadi Papers postcard sized paper, and behold:
|Sennelier watercolours and Noodler's Heart of Darkness ink on Khadi Papers 4x6 rough watercolour paper.|
|And another, from when the summer was fading.|