Warm, sunny, gentle breeze, lots of very nice people milling around--a great day to be out painting and I had a very good day talking with lots of nice people. I painted a lake scene with the foreground of Eric John Goodridge's memorial bench. Terri (his mother) told me it was a gorgeous view and a very special place and she was right. The Farmers' Market was a bustling scene and about 30 artists participated in the Paint Out. I sold a painting of the park and I also bought one: Carol Potvin's view of the bandbox. There was a reception following at a boutique in town. Thanks to Pam Perras, I had the opportunity to get to know Wakefield a little better and will try to attend again next year.
A reminder that two business are showing my work until October 17th, Tootsie's Coffee and Ice Cream Shop and Parker Florist. Come to Tootsie's on Wednesday the 12th at 5 p.m. for Open House.