Friday, February 1, 2008

Angelican Church In Loomis, CA

As promised before leaving Loomis, CA here is the painting of the Angelican Church. It is small and somewhat unobtrusive although only one block off of busy Taylor Rd. This scene includes the pine decoration over the entrance that was left on from the holidays.

I am now in Quartzsite, AZ and have been for two weeks. I have participated in two RV Rallies for the Escapees RV Club. One was for the Big Sky Chapter representing MT, WY, & ID for which I am currently president. The weather has been cooler than normal but not wet like it's been in Loomis since we left. I will soon be painting the local color which is mostly brown. :) Still there is much of interest. This desert was busy with military activity during WWII. In fact in nearby Bouse there was once a huger marker on the desert floor to guide the pilots home from the bombing and strafing range.

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The painting was created with professional Winsor Newton oils on a 6"x 8" MDF 1/2" panel which has been archivally primed. The 1/2" edges are painted black so the painting can be displayed as is without framing. It has been varnished to protect the surface. These smaller paintings are scanned so the color should be very close to the original however, monitors vary but I absolutely guarantee your complete satisfaction. If painting does not sell at 10 day auction it will be posted for sale on my eBay store for 30 days.