Sunday, July 26, 2015

Arlington Garden Neighbors

It's been a few months since I was at Arlington Garden in Pasadena to paint.  In April I was expecting more spring flowers but they hadn't had enough rain this year.  So instead of wildflowers I painted the utility shed, and posted that watercolor in April at Arlington Garden.  I see in that piece I included the neighbor's house in the background and their eucalyptus tree which had some nice sunlight on it.  When I was there last month I completely forgot I liked that tree and am surprised to see I painted it again along with the neighbor's house.  Both had some nice light and I had a good view of a path with an interesting planter held in place by recycled concrete.  As usual I had another view in mind that was interesting too and I just had to finally quickly choose my subject and start painting!

8" x 10" Watercolor


The group's paintings and a Wishing Tree in the background

8 comments:

  1. I like your choice of composition.

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    1. Thanks Liz, always too many choices...

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  2. Yes, you're so good at being able to pick out your composition!

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  3. Your eucalyptus trees are beautiful.

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  4. Sherry, I so look forward to your paintings. Each one is better than the last. Love this one.

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