Paint and SipA fundraiser for the North Lanark Regional Museum, I was happy to participate. (This is where I donated my family portraits!)
Veronica was the artist, but she had another artists, Tara, to help her.
Melissa organized the event as a fundraiser for the Museum. I think there were about 14 of us. I will, of course, do some final work on my painting, as I did last time after my paint and sip: adding some fine work in marker. The Polish flag will become a Canadian one! Hopefully, I will have time next week!
It is interesting the styles of various participants. The gentleman was very thoughtful, using precision, pointillism technique, as well as a pencil to plan. He also added a spinnaker to his sailboat. Most of the pieces were gentle, calm, lovely pastel colours, but I knew where I was headed!
I ruined my trees. Veronica suggested some yellow on top of the green to give the trees more depth. I ruined them.
The couple at my table were fun. She wanted her hubby to attend, since he was interested in buying a sailboat. Some of the attendees were supporters of the Museum.
The drive home was wonderful. I traveled through Appleton, just as the sun was setting. On highway 15, as dusk set, I encountered a deer and a fox crossing the road. Later, nearer home, a skunk scooted across the highway only a few metres in front of the car!