From one of the highest points of the seaside town of Hull, MA, you can see.... everything - to the right you see the ocean and the reflected light on the clouds when the sun sets. If you look straight, you see the winding peninsula that is the town, resting between the ocean and the bay behind. And slightly to the left, you see this. The land mass is called World's End, a reservation where you can walk all around the drumlins on paths, and see Hull, Hingham and, in the distance, Boston. At sunset, when you look here, sometimes everything is hot pink, salmon and lavender. I was lucky enough recently to share this view with a few friends...
In other news, the Warren Walkabout is this coming Sunday! 12-5! Should be SO much fun! Below is a sneak peek of one wall of my studio (well, the bottom half of the wall anyway!).
And below are examples of students' work from our first class last week. First we did value studies, then added color - some pumpkins were white, some orange.
*oh, yes, about yesterday's post - I believe it was McDonalds that had the lawsuit over the hot coffee - not my beloved DD's!*