“Spring Border Plants, the Remnants”

“The Remnants”

I had some time to wait for a new pulley belt to arrive, still hours before lunch.

Very satisfying to make a plein air drawing of a tiny landscape whilst the equipment was out of commission.

Perhaps the topography and geography is a bit more varied and interesting seen closer at hand than sitting on a great hulking mowing machine.

My observation /impression of the shaded greens, any spots of emerald, splashes of gold, and coy pink coral changed on the whim of the breeze.

Graphite on paper, ~5.75 x 3.75 in, 14.5 x 9.5 cm.

No photograph but it would be fun as a painting.

Best wishes,



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