I’ve been in a painterly mood lately, so here’s Pandemic Painting #84.
The waterfall at McCormick’s Creek State Park in Spencer, Indiana, has always been a place of picturesque beauty for me. Over the last 40 years or so, I’ve seen this as a raging torrent and a mere trickle; I think this is somewhere in between.
Cheryl and I spent our honeymoon here over 28 years ago, so the reference photo is from 1993. Eventually we’ll get back.
My trusty Winsor & Newton watercolors (with some slashes of W&N white gouache) on 140# Arches cold press paper has done the trick here, sized to 10.125″ x 14″.
More paintings to come; looks like I’ll get to #100 before this pandemic nightmare is over. Sigh. Y’all be safe.