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Art with Liz said…
It came out very well Carol! And thank you for sending David to me.
Barbara Pask said…
Wow , it that your artwork on this? You should feel so proud, it looks amazing.
Carol said…
Thank you Barbara, Yes, This was painted en plein air in Greenpoint. I had just been splashed by a huge wave and had given up painting to chat to a friend when the mist rolled in again and this was my view of the lighthouse. The buildings behind it almost obliterated. The old and the new. I quickly unpacked and started painting all over again!!!
Anonymous said…
It's wonderful. You certainly captured the scene. I used to love listening to the fog horn on misty nights.

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