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Friday, January 11, 2013

Day 10 Butler Lake

Day 10 in the 30 in 30 challenge.

This fall I spent a week in General Butler State Park painting plein air and today I took my 10" x 8" and turned it into this 20" x 16" acrylic on a canvas panel.

It's a beautiful lake and I've gotten some great photos of it, but this is painted from what I think is my favorite painting from that week.

I haven't painted big in a while and this was fun, though daunting.

Enjoy and thanks for checking it out.

This 20" x 16" canvas panel is unframed.

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  1. You must be a very fast painter. You completed a 20 x 16 painting in one day? Wow! How did it go for you, enlarging a smaller one? I've enlarged smaller plein air paintings (or tried them at home in a different medium), but never THAT much larger! I clicked on the painting to make it larger so I could see all the trees better. Nice work! Lots of colors I couldn't see in the smaller picture.

  2. I am a fast painter. I have the attention span of a gnat, so I can't work on something for a long period of time. This one was really fun and since a 20 x 16 is exactly the same proportions as a 10 x 8 it wasn't really hard to enlarge. It was lots of fun to have the small painting on my table top easel and the big one on my standing easel. When I get in the zone, I can knock em out. That's kinda crazy I know.


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I'm a nature artist and I love to paint old barns, rivers and lakes, trees and fence rows and flowers. I work almost daily. You can purchase paintings by contacting me at and there is also a tab across the top of my blog for available paintings and one for small paintings with buy now buttons. You can also purchase through my Etsy shop using the name of Fine Nature Art. . Thank you so much for stopping by.