Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Lyle Cliffs

For a better view of what happens when your Julian easel takes a nose dive after you've finished a painting, click on the image. It was a cold grey morning at Lyle WA. NFS for obvious reasons.


Celeste Bergin said...

LOL..wait. I am not supposed to laugh. And it is such a good painting!
Well, when it is dry you'll be able to pick some of the added details off. I know from experience.
Great painting--love the strong light.

Todd Smith's Painting a Day said...

Thanks Celeste. I am quite anxious to get my sort-of-homemade version of the tripod/pochade box made that Cathleen and Rachel use. I'm hoping my new setup will eliminate this sort of problem- not the 1st time it's happened to me. Then there will only be 1001 reasons left to laugh!