Conway Covered Bridge, progression
Conway Covered Bridge
I don’t paint enough winter scenes. Perhaps, it’s because I love summer. I mean, l kindof live for summer. There’s something so romantic about New England’s covered bridges in the winter, I thought I would paint a small one surrounded by some mountains. At 8×8″, this painting would be a great addition to any room. I will update with my progress!
Note my daughter’s contribution to the painting… (purple crayon in the window). I guess I left it out for too long!
Listening to Ray Charles Radio on Pandora + Painting = Total Relaxation. I thought I was finished with this, until my husband reminded me that the road doesn’t actually go through the bridge. At that point, it’s the bridge floor. I pointed out that I’m not exactly going for realism, given that my portrayal of the bridge is actually structurally unsound, but at the end of the day, he’s right. Back to the brush!
I decided to give the bridge’s sign the name Conway, in reference to the Northern New Hampshire ski town.
Check out my super fancy palette!
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