One of two paintings from this past week after a magnificent late summer storm rolled in over the hills. Standing in a local park with a colleague on a break from archiving our township’s historic documents, we watched the sky change color and the winds come up. The storm was the tail end of Hurricane Bill and plunked down more rain that we didn’t need. The visuals lodged in my memory and evolved into a slightly larger than usual work – at least for the year’s production.
Late August, Oil on canvas 16″x32″, 2009.