Sunday, January 31, 2010

Morning in Eze

The above shows changes made with glazing at Edward Povey's class on color and glazing.

We went to the ancient walled city Eze on a beautiful October morning. Our group of artists comprised the total number of tourists for the first half of our visit, and the local shopkeepers were relaxing into their day. I painted this from a photo I snapped while wondering around. Since it is a walled city the tiny alleyways stayed in shadow except for the midday sun. The location of this cafe was one exception that allowed in slanting morning sun.

The painting is 16 X 20" on canvas board.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Connie, I see that the trip has been fruitful, the next you should do to the Italian Riviera is not if you've been but it has spectacular places.
    You are a tenacious worker and I congratulate you.