Change of view to the Dishman Lower View
Since I enjoyed Plein Air painting so much and it fit my style so well that I chose a whole new location for the second day. I chose to stay in the Dishman Hills area parking at a beautiful view from the top of a hill on the side of the road. People approached me with general curiosity as to what I was doing. I loved the questions and curiosity as I love to talk to people. The need to learn how to talk to the passers by is very important to me to understand them and my artist journey.
Talking to people really makes me feel open to new concepts, ideas, and ways of life. They tell me how they live or their ideas on art or life in general. It is a great tool to create a new memory for everyone involved. I love being the person to expose art to people in an untraditional way. Being “that one artist in the top hat” that they met on the side of the road or off the side of a trail with a beautiful view fill me with a sense of accomplishment. It would seem like my art and I have left them with a fond memory. It’s one of the reasons I love to paint out in public.
My paintings tell those stories. Being out in the Dishman hills lower area is a great way for me to leave a more lasting impression on people. Plein Air painting helps to find good homes for these pieces of my art. Art is a great ice breaker and moment for you to use as a conversational piece. When I talk with someone about the art I am creating they tend to fall in love with it. I hope you fall in love with the Dishman Lower View and take it home for yourself.