Monday, April 30, 2018

Yellow Season

It's the "yellow season". Forsythia and daffodil offer their Spring greetings. It is also the season for the annual Guild Hall Members Show. This was the first year that Hugh and I went to the show's opening reception. I was shocked at the huge turn out. It was wonderful to see such a great showing for local artists. The show is up until May 19th and works are on sale to benefit Guild Hall. 
Hugh Gallagher with "Central Park Mall"
Oil on Canavas 11 x 14in
Gail Gallagher with "Collecting Shells"
Oil on Canvas 24 x 24in
Dawn is breaking earlier and bursts of yellow cheer City walks.
Spring flowers influence the morning doodle.
Tulip-like flowers in with the Manhattan Bridge in the background are on my mind.
View of Manhattan Bridge through a salt covered ferry window.
I left the ferry behind and rode a Citi Bike along the East River bike path one afternoon. I nearly stopped short with excitement when I saw that my morning doodle fantasy was reality.  I prepared a very large canvas today. 
Forsythia frame a Peconic Bay beach shack.

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