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Tomales Bay, Marin County Plein Air Landscape Painting by Karen Winters

December 10th, 2010

Tomales Bay Twilight
Plein Air Oil Painting
8 x 10 inches
Oil on linen panel

The Monday after Thanksgiving, we drove up into Marin County to enjoy the landscape, seascapes and the vineyards. As the day was drawing to a close, we drove around Tomales Bay and I was captured by the serene beauty of the fading light on the water. Small birds floated by and it was a magical sight. My husband knows when I get that “call me crazy” look in my eye – so we quickly set up my easel and I tried to capture as much of the scene as I could before the color was completely gone from the sky.

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  1. I love your meandering streams. You get them curved closer and closer to me until I feel I am about to dip in a toe.

    annie

    Comment by annie — December 10, 2010 @ 12:08 pm

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