|FEELS LIKE FALL|
by Kim Morin Weineck
original pastel, 6x6"
at The Drawing Room, Marion, MA
We live near a special field, as I've posted about before in posts from Day 5 and Day 6. It's such an inspiring place to say the least.
The sky is big and uninterrupted.
The grasses grow and are hayed.
The light is gorgeous each season.
The light has started to change with the seasons. When I was there recently, after the field was partially hayed, the smell was intoxicating and the colors had altered. While the grasses were green there was a tinge of rusty orange. The treetops are drying and the foliage is just starting....
Here is my attempt at catching this first glimpse of a new season. I painted it softly on an archival suede board to help with the fuzzy atmospheric feeling of the day.