In the northern part of the suburbia of the San Fernando Valley is a little park called Wilbur-Tampa Park in Porter Ranch, California. The park is named after the streets that run perpendicular to each other in the middle. There is a section of the park up on a cliff that overlooks the valley below. I go there when I’ve ran out of ideas of where to paint. Above is a picture of my painting on the easel with my backpack and my paint box. Also, have to have water for painting and drinking!

This is my painting of on of the cliff faces. This is on top of the cliff, near the edge, pointed east. I think I succeeded in showing the depth of the distant suburbs against the grassy hill. The sky really turned out well too – I started to paint late in the morning and the sky was overcast. I hope you enjoy my paintings and my blog. Thank you.

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