Monday, December 30, 2013
Thursday, December 19, 2013
And you really do think, Maybe this is what heaven could be like. Look at those fabulous logs, covered in a gorgeous green moss ! It's a perfect still life.
Just one little stream or spring on this property
Please look at their website and see all they do. You can even help.
Double Line Painters and Apple Ridge are pondering the possibilities of a plein-aire event here in the future. We will keep you informed.
Hope each and everyone of you have a great holiday.
Sincerely, the DLP
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
With this website we promise to keep you all better informed about our art exhibits, shows and events: http://dlpbr.fineartstudioonline.com/events.
We will also keep you informed of our upcoming workshops and class. Detailed supply lists and other helpful information will be listed. http://dlpbr.fineartstudioonline.com/workshops.
And the Double Line Painters will be launching our brand new newsletter ! Be the first to hear about workshops, exhibits, classes, art shows, special events and everything else Double Line Painters will be doing. We promise to never sell or share your e-mail with anyone else so sign up today.
We are filling our 2014 calendar and soon will be announcing workshops and art exhibits. Yes, we will be continuing to keep you informed on our blog, but a newsletter to your inbox will mean that you won't miss out. Sign up today! So here it is one more time http://dlpbr.fineartstudioonline.com/email-newsletter
Many thanks in advance from all of the Double Line Painters
Friday, December 6, 2013
Hello Friends, WE, the Double Line Painters, are honored to tell you that we have a new venue to showcase our work at the beautiful Salem Terrace at Harrogate in Salem, Va.
The photo above is fuzzy (sorry) but it does let you know the art is hanging in the Internet Café, right off the lobby. Have a wonderful weekend but stop by to say HI !
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
the Visitors Center that was a huge help to all the technically challenged artists.
Tomorrow we will be hanging new art work at the Harrogate in Salem. I will post some photos of the installation tomorrow. Have a great evening.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
This Thanksgiving the Double Line Painters are thankful for:
Good friends and fellow artists in our group
New and old acquaintances that we have met at our art events
Beautiful vistas that continue to inspire us to paint
The many places we have exhibited our art
And the opportunity to continue to share our art with you.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Above painted by Judith Lochbrunner. Acrylic on gallery wrap canvas, 6x12 $48.00
Above painted by Mary Ann Meador. Pastels on paper and framed. $225.00
Above painted by Bonnie Mason. Oils on 6x12 Framed $120.00 Unframed $100.00
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Have a wonderful week
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Hello Friends, We had a fantastic, fun day painting the scenery here in Salem, Va. today. RR Donnelly was kind enough to let us set up on their gorgeous little neck of the Blue Ridge Mountains. They are located in a techy park right off I81 and between Salem and Dixie Caverns.
The views are beautiful and luckily the building lets the employees enjoy all of it. Above is the view straight out of their front door. Sue painted this 9x12 in oils.
Here is a shot of everybody (except the photographer) as they are getting set up.
Bonnie told me she is using the "Zorn" palette and it looks to be about 9x12 also.
Judy is using her acrylics today on something like a 6 x 12.
Another shot of Judy and Bonnie with the beautiful mountains. Somewhere over to the right is a hiking trail and we want to venture out that way in the spring for more painting pleasures.
Above is a view of the mountains behind the building on a 3 x 6 with the red tree included.
Here is Bonnie's at the finish. She was happy with how it turned out using the Zorn palette.
Here is Mary Anne's at the finish of painting session. She and most all of us will probably add a few flourishes after studying them a while.
Here is Sue getting on with the hard work in spite of the wind blowing her palette away and getting oil paint on the grass which she stepped in and got all over her shoe. The life of an artist is tuff at times but one we can't give up.
We want to thank Mr. Searles at RR Donnelly for allowing us to paint their beautiful property . We would love to go back again this spring..
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
the Jefferson Center by clicking here.
here to find out more about the Salem Museum.
We hope you and your family have a chance to visit these locations and find a unique, OOAK gift.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
I got a bunch of Tree photos. There are some beauties out here. Beautiful shades of orange and burnt red. Since I'm an artist, I couldn't help but figure out what colors I'd have to mix to get these colors in the trees. Indian Yellow and Quin. Red kept coming to mind.
We hope you folks have had a chance to get outside and enjoy the cool air and beautiful skies with all the brilliant trees.
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Hello Friends, This morning some of the DLP met at Mill Mtn Coffee & Tea in Salem, Va. Some of us are out of town but the show went on. We were just discussing where to meet for more plein-aire painting and website options, etc. Yeah, every now and then we act like we are professionals and make plans !! Several exciting things coming up.But we wanted to share with you, all the praise bestowed on the DLP by the Director of the Sedalia Center in Bedford, Va., Doris McCabe. This workshop was presented to DLP at the very last minute, so Judy and Mary Anne were the only ones that were free to instruct the class. And evidently it went very well. Read her letter below. I copied and pasted, so it's a tad blurry.
Praise for our workshop at the Sedalia Center
It is certainly nice to receive praise and appreciation for our workshops but it is especially rewarding to receive a letter from the Director, Doris McCabe, stating how well our workshop was organized, executed, and received by the Bedford art teachers in attendance at the Sedalia Center.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
We had a lovely day with our painting buddies. And plan to do it again next week. Til then......