|Pemaquid Point Light|
|The Margaret Todd 9x12 oil|
|Thurston's 9x12 oil|
By the end of the day, I was beat, but the weather had turned out fine, so I took a nice hike at Ship Harbor before heading to Gail's.
This morning, I headed out at the crack of dawn for Pemaquid. Hot weather was forecast, and I was shocked when I got all the way to Waldoboro, where you turn off the main highway to follow the peninsula to Pemaquid, and the car thermometer already read 81 degrees – and it was only 9 a.m.! But it was breezy and cool at the lighthouse. I unpacked my gear and headed down to meet the other painters.
By the way, I painted in oil all day at MDI, and I decided to use up my paint and paint in oil my first day at Pemaquid. (I'll return to pastel tomorrow for the demonstration and for the rest of the weekend.)
|Pemaquid Fuel Oil House 9x12, oil|
|Bell House 9x12, oil (painted with a knife)|