I made one last painting last night of Doe Mesa. I've painted it several times this winter, and I wanted to say goodbye to it. I've enjoyed the sunset on its cliffs every night.
Until early May, when we will arrive in Old Forge, New York, to teach a pastel-only workshop in conjunction with my judging of the National Northeast Pastel Exhibition, I doubt I'll do much painting. The impact of this is a possibly scarcity of blog posts. Rest assured, you'll hear from me again. If I don't paint, I plan to take in some good scenery and shoot some photos for reference. Our trip includes Cloudcroft and Taos, New Mexico, to hike and see galleries; Chicago and Cleveland to visit relatives and friends; then Old Forge for the workshop and show judging; and finally, Vermont and then Campobello.
Till then - happy trails!