Down Lincoln

1978 – 8×7.75 in. – watercolor

The edging of the trees by the sunshine provided a relief to the monolithic wall of green. When making up two dimensional shapes to create space, it’s fun to juxtapose areas that are almost pure patterns.  It’s always a challenge to come up with enough different shades of green while painting in summer – pushing some bluer and others yellower.

My angle is looking down Lincoln from Jackson.

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