Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Posted by Jim Polewchak at 10:02 AM
Labels: I reenact the colonial period with my many friends which gives me many props for still lifes.
Posted by Jim Polewchak at 9:35 AM
Monday, March 23, 2009
Posted by Jim Polewchak at 2:38 PM
Labels: and a variey of other animals walking about freely, ponies, This farm had lots of goats, unfenced and unbridled. Several came by to visit as I painted.
Posted by Jim Polewchak at 2:22 PM
Labels: This old stone mill is in Beavercreek State Park. The millrace is gone but the stone building remains in good condition.
Posted by Jim Polewchak at 2:12 PM
Labels: This farm has been in the same family for generations. I never fail to find a different view to paint.
Posted by Jim Polewchak at 2:08 PM
Labels: My friend Bob collects lots of antiques and farm equipment and I'm all too happy to paint it.