While I was out painting the Jersey Cows on the other side of the fence, a little ways off decided to nonchalantly come over and check me out and what I was doing. Then once they had all gathered on some unknown signal to me they all at once stopped eating and just stared at me. Just as quickly as they came they moved on. Soon the horses decided that the cows were up to something and they didn't want to be left out. Also casually made their way over. Once again stared and then moved on. While the cows were there I got out my camera and took some picture of them. So I could put them in the painting later back at the studio, which as you can see I've done. Now that it is scanned I'll take it back to the new owners of it.
One of the things I learned from this plein air painting trip was that I need more business cards and brochures. So that people who stop by can instantly see my work. I've also created a QR symbol that will be going on all my printed stuff too. I had several people stop and look from their cars. One lady stopped by and talked with me for a bit about what I was painting. Which I enjoyed.
|12 x 16 oil on board "Spring Lake Smiling Barn"|