Sketchbook Journal - Yellow Fields on the First Day of Spring
1 month ago - By View From the Oak
Sketchbook Journal - First day of spring had me remembering those yellow fields I so loved in Oxford. Twice a year we'd take a road trip to find fields of yellow mustard so I could take photos and later sketch - I especially loved those fields when they also included a barn or two... I sketched this in my Stillman and Birn Alpha journal - trying again to learn how to apply my watercolors on this smooth paper... BTW, I added those haybales after I did the yellow fields - just had to have a hay bale! LOL
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