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Jacksonville Marsh Land

Plein-air study on location at Dutton Island, Jacksonville. FL The photos show this painting at different stages. The plein air set up with umbrella this cuts down the light on the canvas. It can be easy to paint too dark outdoors because there is so much light. When you get the painting inside they look like mud, the umbrella helps cut out some light. Remember to paint a little bit lighter than you see when painting “plein air”. 12″ x

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Melrose, Florida – Melrose Morning

8″ x 10″ | Melrose Morning | Bellamy Road Gallery, Melrose This was a first light, early morning painting on the dock at John and Julie’s. Their property looks out over – The point at Lake Santa Fe. Stunning! Quite a privilege to stay and share stories with these talented artists and potter’s. 8″ x 10″ | Cypress Heart | Private Collection  

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A Brush with Nature – A Plein Air Invitational & Gala

Update – If you missed the big plein air painting invitational at the Arboretum this past week, there are still opportunities to see and purchase some of the incredible work produced by talented artists. April 2 – 6: Art displayed at the Gala will remain in Gallery L on the mezzanine level of the Wells Fargo Center (former Modis Building), located at 1 Independent Drive. Plan to stop in during First Wednesday Art Walk from 5-9 p.m. April 4. This

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Melrose, Florida – The Little Town with the Big Art and Music Scene

Join me at Melrose Open Air Arts 2012 it is a Premier Event for this inaugural year for Primavera. Spring into North Florida for a month-long profusion of performances, exhibitions and street festivals at the peak of north Florida’s spring cultural season. Based in Gainesville, Florida, Primavera offers a daily bounty of art, theater, music, dance and creativity in a variety of settings, including concert halls, museums, botanical gardens, rural hamlets and historic urban neighborhoods. Printed program is posted http://issuu.com/floridas.eden/docs/oaa_2012

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