Plein Air – San Francisco Windmill

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San Francisco
Last weekend plein-air meeting brought together more than 20 people ( CWA artists and artist-guests). 

The location was just right:  Windmill next to the Ocean Beach at the very end of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. And it couldn’t be a better timing: these days there is a tulip garden planted. We enjoyed painting the flowers (tulips, daffodils, poppies)  while morning fog was disappearing  and the rising Sun lit the Old Windmill. I felt I was in some kind of fairy-tale, in the Little Holland. 

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Original Painting Dutch Windmill is 12″x16″ on 140lb Cold Pressed Arches Watercolor Paper
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Everyone enjoyed that plein-air session. Even my Mom, who does not paint, grabbed a brush and made a masterpiece:
Tulip Garden
More Plein-air Paintings are HERE


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3 thoughts on “Plein Air – San Francisco Windmill

  1. My first thought was: “She's been in the Netherlands! But that was not so.:) The mill is beautiful Irina. Very realistic. The flowers around the mill are perfect. I love it!

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