The Al Frescoes

March 24, 2023
Elk Lake Hamsterly Beach
A cold, wet but successful morning!

Charlotte Haggart - Cool and Wet.

Julie Webster - Wet on wet on cold.

Rosalinde Compton - Rainy and cold at Elk Lake!

Mary Wulff - Oil and cold wax and a touch up at home with stitch and a hot cuppa!

Nell Gadd - A cool and windy spring day,; finished at home. Oil on panel 14 x 11

Maureen Atkinson - Watercolour pencils on watercolour paper. Title "where is the Spring?" 9" by 12"

Gerry Meller - Terrible mistake - 7" X 14" Watercolor on oil painting canvas. I wasn't paying attention! Can I rescue it?

Victoria Mixon - I didn't finish my painting of Chinatown in time to submit it last week, so I'm sending it now.

Also, this is today's painting of three ducks at Hamsterly Beach. Look at the difference in light! Beaver Lake this morning was FREEZING.

Janet Moore - What a gross day. Oil and rain on canvas.

Caron Smith - Quick sketch done mostly at home. 12x16 inches pastel on pastelmat.

Clement Kwan - Raining windy and cold morning @ Hamsterly beach oil on panel. 8x16 inches

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Clement Kwan

David Good

Sally Chupick

Caron Smith

Shan Thomas

Kathleen Trayner

Donna O'Grady

Desiree Bond

William Watt

June Haynes

Jan Moore

Frank Mitchell

Kev Price

Ken Faulks

Irene Khurana

Bob Langford

Susan Elkins

Adam Noonan

Jim McFarland

Pat Fraser

Margaret Baxter

Deborah Czernecky

Deborah Tilby

Jesi Barron

Iola Scott

Elfrida Schragen

Catherine Fraser

Linny D. Vine

Marie Nagel

Sandhu Singh

Sharon Stone

Marcela Strasdas

Karen Furey

Barbara Callow

Susan Baker

Jude Woodland

Peter Paterson

Inge Hoogendoorn

German McKenzie

Pam Orman

Ron Wilson

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