|Binghamton Hillside in Watercolor, 13.75 x 10" Watercolor on Paper|
by Tracy Feldman
For the last 20 years, almost every summer begins in our household with us attending a group theory conference (my husband is a math professor). This year it was held at Binghamton University in Vestal, New York.
It might seem like I'd find it boring to tag along to such events, but we've been going for 30 years, and so we've made a lot of friends over the years with whom it is fun to visit in the evenings.
Sometimes the days can be less interesting. This year wasn't -- partially because I brought some art supplies so I could do some plein air painting.
This is one of the pieces I created. It's an abstracted, almost macro-pointillist painting of the view from our window as the sun rose behind the building.
Binghamton Hillside in Oils
I love the bands of dark and light and color. I think it unifies the painting and gives it movement.
I like the image so much, I'm using it as a basis for a larger oil I've started today.
The underpainting for the oil is here, and over the next little while, I will include images of it as this new Binghamton Hillside (but in oils this time) comes to completion.
In case you are interested in purchasing the watercolor, like with many of my small works, I'm making it available to buy at auction in my Daily Paintworks gallery. And, as is typically the case, I'm going to start the bidding at much less than I'll charge at a show or on my website ($25). So, check it out.