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Peter forgot his palette, so used a 5X7 canvas all day. My fingers ache just thinking about it.

Peter forgot his palette, so used a canvas all day. My fingers ache just thinking about it.

Gwen Sylvester's sweeping tree shadows.

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P…

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P...

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P…

Peter Yesis painted across the harbor from the beach.

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P…

I'll go back and finish it today.

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P…

Peter Yesis caught the early spring green of that lawn.

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P…

"Autumn Harbor," by Peter Yesis

Tomorrow morning I will head to the mouth of the Ducktrap River to paint with the northern chapter of Plein Air Painters of Maine (PAPME).

"Sunstruck on Ocean Point," by Ed Buonvecchio

Tomorrow morning I will head to the mouth of the Ducktrap River to paint with the northern chapter of Plein Air Painters of Maine (PAPME).

"Katahdin from Sandy Stream Pond," by Michael Vermette

Tomorrow morning I will head to the mouth of the Ducktrap River to paint with the northern chapter of Plein Air Painters of Maine (PAPME).

Ed Buonvecchio's painting of boats waiting to go in the water.

Yesterday might have been too brisk for normal people to spend the day at the shore, but it dawned with that crystalline light that is the hallmark of Maine. It was the first outing for Plein Air P…

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