For the next painting of the day, I gathered up my painting gear and thrashed through the underbrush to a new spot along the creek. My faithful companion, Picasso, sat on this log, watching me the whole time I painted.
"Guyer Creek #2" -- plein air field study -- oil on birch panel 8x10" -- Margie Guyot
Here the creek is a smidgen wider. With the wild tangle of grasses and fallen branches, it was the pale blueness of the water and the reflections that caught my eye. It's really hard to do a decent painting of this kind of scene. I've tried so many times to capture it over the years. Seems like I'm improving on it, but I know it'll take many more painting attempts before I feel I've gotten it "right".