Monday, August 15, 2011

Three Birches

In the Olympic National Park, Wa., the Hoh River runs through the beautiful rain forest that makes up most of the Olympic Pennisula. This is a scene I painted looking out over the Hoh river from my campsite in the Hoh NP, on the west side (near the town of Forks from Twilight fame). The opposite side of the river has a broad rocky shoreline. The closer side is lined with birch trees like pickets, with occasional openings between stands.

6"x6" acrylic on linen paper
(entirely plein air painted)


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