Sunday, September 9, 2012

Yesterday I had to go to Jackson where I participated in the GRAND TETON GALLERY as a featured artist and spent the day demonstrating my technique of Gouache Painting.
I had not been into the Spread Creek area all summer and with that in mind I left quite early to do so on the way.  A heavy frost covered the area and sparkled with a crispness on the face that can only mean summer is definitely over.  The willows are fast changing colors and the beaver ponds on Spread Creek were teeming with bird life such as the Golden Eye ducks seem in this pond.  The Tetons reared up  on the western horizon over dark forests of Pine, Spruce and Fir.  
What a great way to begin the day.

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