Saturday, September 1, 2007


There's a field at Huntington State Park that has not been mowed which is full of chest-high goldenrod just beginning to bloom. It is a sea of gold under an intense cerulean sky, which will become even more striking when the purple asters make their debut in two weeks. The view in this painting is just a tease, looking uphill at the edge of this field as it underlines the sky, the gold just a thin margin between green and blue.
- Nancy Boudreau

4 1/2" x 6 1/2" acrylic painting on matte board
signed, dated and comments on the back

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