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4/13/2010

Tipp City workshop



First up - I am being interviewed today at Red Headed Stepchild - Out of the Basement by Dee. Check it out. Go ahead. I'll wait.

Good. You're back. I hope.

Anyway ....

If you don't know by now, this last weekend was spent in the company of a number of lovely people people in attendance at the Watercolor Workshop held by Rusty Harden, THE most amazing artist. The workshop was held in an old, old town in Ohio. Tipp City is a lovely and quaint town and not only do nice people live there, but there are some really neat things to take pictures of. Like .....


The remnants of the Miami River Locks
On the Ohio and Erie Canal


The grooves the lock gates
Swung Through


A canal barge typical of craft
that once sailed the canal


And this is only the beginning of what I found there to take pictures of. And that is the second time I ended a sentence with a preposition.

Pictures of Art forthcoming - the final piece we worked on is unfinished at this time. I will publish a photo, tomorrow, of the piece as it exists. When I get it done, I'll publish that, as well.

Ndinombethe.

11 comments:

Tuli said...

Am looking forward to seeing what you worked on this weekend.

Cheers, Lou!

NicoleB, Egypt said...

Oh, that indeed must have been a great place to go out and take pics.
Love that barge aground :)

Jientje said...

This looks like a very inspiring place, both for photos and art!

Kelley @ magnetoboldtoo said...

That first one is breathtakingly beautiful.

The colours, the textures... wonderful.

Emily/Randomability said...

ohhhh... Now I'm itching to do the tourist thing at Tipp City when we next go.

I'm sure the in-laws haven't done it yet either.

Audubon Ron said...

Kinda Englishiny looking.

Shadow said...

you were supposed to be PAINTING! tut tut

moneythoughts said...

You also had a couple of beers with a great American contemporary political painter too! : )

Joyce-Anne said...

I like the perspective of these photos.

LceeL said...

Tuli: I hope you like what you get to see.

NicoleB: It's neat - ain't it?

Jientje: It is - for both!!

Kelley: thank you, kelley. glad you like it.

Emily: Yes, do. It's a very quaint and fascinating place.

Audubon Ron: I guess it does.

Shadow: I consider my hand slapped. Oooo. Spank me.

Moneythoughts: Yes, I did. And good beers, too.

Joyce-Anne: Thank you, Joyce-Anne.

Big Mark 243 said...

Neat pics... but the interview at 'Stepchild'... maybe I missed it. But she has quite an interesting one of herself posted...