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#95 - Three Pines
9" x 12" Oil on canvas panel This is a from the same trip as the Lake Grandby post earlier. My family and I were on a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park and came across this game pool, complete with bear tracks in the mud by the shore.

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#94 - Lake Grandby Pines
8" x 10" Oil on canvas panel My family and I camped under those pines in our camping a few years ago when the boys were smaller and we could all fit in out little tent-camper. Those were good days!

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#93 - Sunrise Farm
24" x 12" Oil on gessobord I pass this farm on my way to work and one sunny morning I stopped to take a picture.

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#92 - Illinois Grassland
8" x 10" Oil on canvas panel Plein Air I finally got out to paint this past weekend, first time in a long time. It was a beautiful early spring day with an awesome blue sky.

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#91 - Road Trip from a Hotel Window
11" x 14" Oil on canvas panel We were driving thru middle America last summer and I snapped this sunset from our hotel window.

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#90 - Two Silos
9" x 12" Oil on canvas I was driving around looking for something to paint and came across this barn flanked by two silos. I liked the long shadows and late afternoon sunlight.

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#89 - Vintage Pickup
9" x 12" Oil on canvas panel Up north last summer I came across this Ford pickup sitting in the sun. Never painted a whole vehicle before and it was more challenging than I expected.

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#88 - Thaw
11x14 Oil on gessobord A warm spell in northern Illinois means some cool puddles.

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#87 - Backroads
11" x 14" Oil on gessobord I was out driving late autumn in the backroads of northern Illinois and cam across this scene. I liked the way the telephone poles and wires act like a gateway into the scene ahead, and I liked the warm colors of the harvest field...

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#86 - Backstage of the Woodstock Opera House
Oil on canvas panel 8" x 10" Not too many people choose to paint the back of the historic Woodstock Opera House but we were walking downtown last summer and came upon the pickup truck in front of the half opened door and I snapped the picture.
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