At the end of April I was with a small group of painters from the Madison Art Society, we met up in New Haven at Wooster Square.
There are dozens of Cherry Blossom trees that line the square.
It's so incredibly beautiful there.... almost magical! The finely crafted architecture of the old brownstone homes are along the parameter of the park where folks are walking their dogs, children are playing and everyone seems to enjoy a leisurely stroll. Every Saturday in the summertime there's a farmers market. It's just the friendliest neighborhood.
People come from all over the state to walk around, take photos, and enough a delicious authentic Italian meal in the heart of Little Italy of New Haven. I've been here numerous times to paint and I'm always so in awe over how beautiful and enchanting the Square looks with the unique architecture of each building and the soft pink cascade of the cherry blossoms.
I met so many interesting people, a photographer name Jason, who took the coolest photo of me while painting. I'll share it in an upcoming e-book titled 10 of my Best Tips for Painting Outside. I met two lovely ladies who were good friends, they even dressed alike!
I met an art student who took a photo of my easel and painting for her final project and a fellow artist (tattoo artist) who was working for the City of New Haven planting trees.
I hope I encourage a really nice gentleman to join our Madison Art Society Plein Air group ... he said he would love to get back into painting again....
This is exactly what I love about plein air painting... it's not just painting outside... it's meeting new people, sharing stories, learning about new places, making friends...
I just set up my Summer Plein Air Painting Class schedule, go here for more info. If you'd like to start painting outdoors but don't know where to begin... join me.!
A few photos while painting at Wooster Square - April 24, 2109
Branford, CT 06405
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