Saturday, June 25th marked our second trip to paint the lavender fields. The eleven of us jumped into our two SUV's with matching ribbons, (to keep track of each other), and headed for Roussillon. The village is noted for its large ochre deposits found in the clay there.
After we finished up at the fields, we headed up to the town to eat lunch and browse through the shops. They are known for selling artist pigments there in a wide variety of colors that can be mixed with a binder and used as either watercolor, oil or acrylic. Of course I was most drawn to the blues and the greens, especially the aquamarine.
Julie Snyder, about how to take your reference photos home and turn them in to finished works, using your iPad.
Workshops in France.
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