Sunday, November 14, 2010
In stead of all this moving I would rather paint the Winterberry Holly that I saw yesterday glowing crimson against the dark water of the Red Maple swamp north of Brockville, but I must postpone that painting - indeed, all painting - until next week and I hope the berries won't drop or be eaten by birds before I have time to paint them.
Next week's job will be to continue the move of the Natural History Centre into the barn behind our house and make the "Lab" and "Range" areas of the 30 Main Street building spacious and inviting for the plans and projects of potential buyers. If you know of or are a potential buyer, please contact me! Bev Wigney prepared a slide show about the building several years ago and her photos and floor plans give a good sense of this spacious education and research facility. Feel free to share the link with anyone who may be interested.
Through the week I hope to have time to post a few of my older plein air miniatures for your delectation - and in the spirit of natural "history" - stay tuned!
Posted by Aleta Karstad at 8:53 PM