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California Sycamore Springtime Landscape Painting

March 11th, 2009


Sycamore Spring
11 x 14
oil on canvas

For a few brief weeks in the spring, sycamore trees rapidly put out new growth and are quickly covered with a veil of palest green. This beautiful transformation doesn’t last long, and the leaves quickly turn deep green and expand to the size of a hand.

If you’ve noticed that I’m painting the Santa Monica mountains a lot lately, it’s because spring in this wildflower covered area is truly glorious, and … I’m getting ready for a spring show with the Allied Artists of the Santa Monica mountains and seashore. The date is March 29, a Sunday, from 11 to 4 at Headwaters Corner, which is the intersection of Old Mulholland Drive and Topanga Canyon in the Santa Monica Mountains. If you’re in So Cal, come say hello.

3 Comments »

  1. Lovely painting. You really nailed that tree!

    Comment by Leslie Saeta — March 12, 2009 @ 7:59 am
  2. Wow i really love your paintings.

    Comment by Ernest — March 12, 2009 @ 10:22 am
  3. your painting is very nice and cool

    Comment by Nahia — April 27, 2009 @ 10:16 pm

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