I had a great time yesterday painting en plein air with the Philadelphia Watercolor Society
in Smedley Park. It's a small park, and very green, but there's a pretty little creek that runs though it and that offered a nice visual distraction to paint.
I used my Sennelier
half-pan watercolors on these paintings, and I love the intensity and luminosity of these paints. The half-pan set is also very convenient for plein air, and allowed me to travel lightly without having to carry a lot of supplies. Just add water and paper, and I'm ready to go!
Each of these four plein air watercolor paintings is 5x7, unframed, and they are available for $50 each. Send me an email to purchase!
About a dozen other watercolor artists joined me at this plein air event. This photo shows Mick McAndrews
working on his 1st painting of the day.
Terry Boyle and Mimi Barclay Johnson
painting from one of the scenic foot-bridges in the park.