Friday, June 27, 2008


This little painting was begun on the main street of the tiny Cinque Terre village of Manarola in Italy, but it began raining so I finished it after returning home from my trip. The Cinque Terre is a National Park in Italy where cars are not allowed. The park consists of 5 tiny villages on the Italian coast and the coastal waters around the villages. The villages are connected by train, or boat, or hiking trail, no roads. So the locals own boats not cars, and park them where ever they can, in Manarola that means on the street. I had 5 wonderful days to paint in these tiny villages in May.

Ink and Watercolor Painting, 6" x 6" $250. framed. On exhibit at Elliott Fouts Gallery, 4749 J Street, Sacramento, California. 916-736-1429

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