Friday, May 17, 2013

Standish Shore, Duxbury

Standish Shore 8x10 oil on Pintura Panel
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I went to the studio today with the idea being to paint something from a photo I had hanging around the studio. Anything, and not procrastinate and look at every photo and become overwhelmed. This was done from a photo of a painting I did years ago of an old house and a little shed on the shore of Duxbury's Bay Road. In the distance is Cordage Park, an old rope making factory in Plymouth from the ship building days. Mission accomplished.
Don and I arrived home last Sunday to crisp sea air and lilacs in full bloom! It is great to be home :)

5 comments:

CrimsonLeaves said...

I so love lilacs! Love the landscape/seascape too, Mary. I'll bet there is lots to paint in Plymouth, such a historical place!

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Love that view, just beautiful!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

A beauty. And I love to read your blog! I, too can get 'lost' in my photo references. You did good, girl...

Paintings by Patricia said...

Welcome home.....gorgeous lilacs.

hmuxo said...

Wonderful painting!!!

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