Thursday, October 6, 2011

Patchogue Walkway


Yesterday afternoon, my sketching pal, Susan, and I went to Patchogue to sketch. She wanted to do something a little more urban than the landscapes that we usually do. This was a walkway from the parking area to the main street. The building on the left houses a restaurant so all we were smelling was fried onion rings and terriyaki marinade.

7 comments:

  1. Hi Joan,

    Great job, walked there so many times with my daughter and grandchildren. Oh how I miss them, we just returned on Tuesday. Have to get back to my work so I don't think about them.

    See you soon.
    Joan

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  2. wonderful cityscape....Its always such a challenge for me!

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  3. Finally figured out to to fix that dang problem -- I have to SIGN into blogger or GOOGLE BEFORE I can comment -- used to be able to get redirected to sign in -- now everything disappears -- so I finally worked thru it all and sign in first -- yippee! I can comment again -- like on this beauty!! Wonderful plein air work!!!!

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  4. Hi Joan,

    Lovely, charming painting of the street scene in Patchogue. Well done!

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  5. I think the aroma around the place must have make me believe I was painting in heaven. I love to cook and paint. Great details in the buildings, Joan.

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  6. Many thanks everyone! Lin, I'm glad you solved the problem.

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