Cabin Fever !

oil on linen on panel, 8″ x 6″

I am actually enjoying looking after my wife in her temporary crippled state, but I have to admit that cabin fever has set in and is gnawing away at me. Today, I am going out to paint something . . . . . . .ANYTHING OUTSIDE!!!

Also, for the rest of you folks out there who are painters, having a mate who is as supportive as Diana is . . . .even in this trial of hers . . . makes painting successes much, much easier . . .and certainly more joyful when she shares the “high” with me!

Today’s piece . . .more glass. Hope you like it as much as Diana does. BTW, in spite of a polarizing filter, I can’t seem to eliminate the galre/sparkle from the oil surface. Will have to try something else.

2 thoughts on “Cabin Fever !”

  1. rather than photograph small works, i scan with an inexpensive desktop PC scanner (Canon lindi). of course, the downside is you have to dry the painting to the touch first. I place mine in our old Wedgewood oven for 2 days. it has 6 or so pilot lights, so always around 90 degrees.

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