Day 23 #rogertorypetersoninstitute As usual, I spent my morning walking the trails. These trails are becoming good friends that have markers that stand out to me, such as the tree with the turkey tail fungus, the brown birch with the curled bark and the hidden deer trail.
Today I took the trail that went out to the main road and followed the driveway into the institute. The entrance to RTPI is flanked by white pine, hemlock and beech. The mix of natural trees create a beautiful tunnel of varying green that acts as a welcoming embrace. Today the sun sparkled and flickered on the carpet of rust and orange pine needles that had fallen last evening. I set up my easel and began painting. It was then that I decided, when I grow up, I want to be an artist...
“The Welcoming Embrace” 8”x10” Watercolor Available