Salty Air and Sea Grass,Hammonassett Beach, Madison, CT
oil on canvas, 11 x 14" , available
Out with the Madison Art Society Plein Air Painters today was our second paint out of the season.
Since I volunteered to coordinate the paint outs each week I selected Hammonassett because I knew it would be a great place to get back into painting again from a long winter break. Just standing on the beach, filling my lungs with the salty air, the breeze constantly blowing and the sunshine on my face felt comforting and familiar.
With everything going on in the world. This upside down time of Covid-19 I was hungry for a familiar feeling. I struggle at times going to store and seeing everyone in masks. Unable to see their face, their smile when making eye contact. I think folks are even afraid of making eye contact. They look away or down at the ground. I really hope this all changes. We as humans, need contact with others even if it's just a simple smile or hello. Let's go back to what we know and are familiar with.
Linda S. Marino Art
Branford, CT 06405
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