First of four paintings I’d paint this day in one of my favorite parts of California. Thick morning fog prevented me from seeing the views I came for so I went with my standard back up plan- wander around aimlessly and grumble about that old nemesis- the Great Northern Pacific Marine Layer. Mid grumble I passed this road lined with Cypress trees and it changed my tune.
Artwork Title: "The Light at the End"
Original Size: 12" x 12"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2018
Additional Artwork Information:
Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 09/17/2018
Region: The California Coast > Northern California > Marin
Road Trip: A Bit Farther Out (Mostly) 2018
Travel Logistics: Had to Sleep in My Van
Weather Logistics: Threatening to Rain, Fog Battle
Tags: ROADS, TREES, WORKING CATTLE RANCHES, CYPRESS, DIRT ROADS, DRY GRASS, FOG, MORNING LIGHT, OVERCAST, PERSONAL FAVORITES