On location, out in nature, artist Jill Berry works with oil paint and a palette knife to produce her impressionistic landscapes. She shares insight regarding her INSPIRATION and INTERPRETATION of the local environment in NW Florida.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Usually when I leave the house, I run through my mental list- Something to paint on, Something to paint with, Paint, Easel...
Then there are times when you face facts and grab the travel Etch-A-Sketch to create a landscape on-the-go.
This "Closer than they appear"shot shows my working location.
And wouldn't ya know it, at the end of the rainbow- all the money you'd ever want to finance! (If you look hard, you'll see a double.)
This cloud was first impressive as the tallest cloud ever, but now it's clearly "Kramer Smoking".