Drifted Away With Lines – Oakland Marina, California – Plein-Air

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Last Saturday I went to a plein-air painting to Oakland Marina, next to Quinn’s Lighthouse. What a beautiful place! The weather allowed us to paint from 9:00am to 11:00am and then it started raining. Rain, as you know is not the best friend of watercolor artists. So, we had to hide in the restaurant for our critique; which was actually not bad at all. With the hot coffee, french fries, and warm environment, the critique spread to good couple of hours. 
We gathered all out paintings into a middle of the dining hall.
Masha Batkova’s Watercolor and Ink artwork depicts a nice morning at the Marina
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Original Painting Wind Drifter is 12″x18″ on Strathmore 140lb Cold Pressed watercolor paper.
More Plein-air paintings are HERE
In Every Piece Of My Art There Is A Piece Of My Heart And A Sparkle Of My Soul

3 thoughts on “Drifted Away With Lines – Oakland Marina, California – Plein-Air

  1. To me, sitting in the warm shop with good conversation all around would be much better than battling the elements trying to paint outdoors. You could have set up easels inside and painted the shop…

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