It seems I've revisited many local locations for paint-outs with several different groups. So, as mentioned in my Myrtle Avenue post, I returned to Monrovia's Library Park a month later with another plein air group. There are always new subjects and vistas to choose. Even alleys are sometimes interesting but finding shade is usually a problem. For my visit in January, I couldn't resist looking north along Myrtle Avenue at the hazy mountains and three striking palm trees. It was a busy street corner and we had quite a few people stopping by to comment. A newspaper photographer even took some photos of the group and our paintings. We don't know if we made the paper.
|8" x 10" Watercolor|
|Moreton Bay Fig tree in the library park.|