Friday, August 10, 2012

Portland Art Museum Tree

10" x 10" :: Portland Art Museum Tree :: oil on archival panel
Portland Art Museum Plein Air Invitational 2012
For those of you who were unable to attend this show, this is one of my paintings from the first ever, Portland Art Museum Plein Air Invitational. You can see a short video from the show on the post below this post, "Scenes from the 2012 Oregon Plein Air Invitational" it gives you an idea of what the show was actually like, and some shots of the artists in action, painting…


***This painting is larger than my normal daily painting size - it is 10" x 10"

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6 comments:

billsharp said...

Beautiful painting, Cathleen. It was nice to see you at the PAM event.

Steinunn Einarsdottir said...

That is one beautiful painting Cathleen, congratulations!

Mary Lou Epperson said...

Love all those temperature changes - makes me "feel" the shade.

Maria Hock said...

love the looseness and wonderful color palette!

Cathleen Rehfeld said...

Thank you everyone for your comments! Yes Mary Lou, I was so close to heatstroke when I painted this (hottest day of the year in Portland!) - I think I was "feeling" the shade! : )

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