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California Landscape Plein Air Painting San Luis Obispo County – Nipomo

January 11th, 2011

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Golden Hillside
(near Nipomo San Luis Obispo County)
9 x 12 plein air oil painting on linen panel

See more of my California Central Coast paintings here

This is a plein air painting that I did last springtime with the California Art Club in San Luis Obispo. We were at a historical location, the Dana Adobe, in Nipomo, and the weather was perfect. I got three paintings done that day. The next day a rainstorm moved in from the north. The fields of mustard liked it, but it wasn’t hospitable to painters. The day after this was painted we went to Moonstone Beach in Cambria (see earlier posts for those paintings.)

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  1. Love this one, Karen– the misty hills and that splashing brook. You surely got your full worth out of Nipomo. More Karen trees in the painting of the 14th. Especially like the left cluster– just dripping with lushness.

    annie

    Comment by annie — January 15, 2011 @ 6:19 am

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