Charlevoix, Quebec – Day Three

Although it was a gorgeous, sunny day, I decided to demonstrate in the studio. This is a half-sheet of Curry’s, 200 lb., cold press watercolour paper. My demo deals with various architectural and landscape elements that we commonly encounter during a plein air workshop.

  

We returned to Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive. There are many fine painting spots in this pretty riverside village but, for some reason, those railroad tracks were like a magnet to some of our artists.

  

Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive has a very interesting Maritime Museum. Some of our group worked on the Museum grounds while others found shady spots in gardens. By the end of the day, we’d all had enough sun so it was back to the studio for our Critique.

Wednesday Critique

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One Response to “Charlevoix, Quebec – Day Three”

  1. Linda Halcomb Says:

    Barry, I want to paint the boat. I enjoyed looking at the critiue. So much talent, so much diversity in technique and subject. Wonderful!

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