Wisteria and Old Shacks Go Together Like…

peanut butter and jelly? Okay, it's a stretch. But when you're talking about a drool worthy scene to paint, this ranks right up there - sunshine, shadows, ratty old wood and flowers that practically drip from the trees. I mean, really.

With this puppy I decided to pull out my Winsor Newton Oils and what a difference in painting. So forgiving. Oil, in my book, is both a blessing and a curse. Blessing because, well, the drying time (see forgiving part). Curse? The DRYING TIME! I painted this last week and still I can't touch. I want to add it to the shop but, no. Not yet. So...

If you've got a hankering to own this 8" x 8" original on canvas board just give me a shout. As I said on Instagram it'll be dry in about 50 years. (wink, wink)

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