I did get my paintings submitted to Plein Air: A Chronicle of Lake Oswego which is part of Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts June 20-22, 2014. They were due last Friday, and even with the grandkids here, I got the photos of the paintings shot and emailed. At least I thought I did. Yesterday, I got a frantic phone call and email from the organizers, wondering where my work was. What? I sent it. And they didin't have it. I had no idea that there was a problem. No messages on the computer that it didn't send...nothing. The organizers graciously allowed me to resend the images. I'm not kidding...it took 15 emails to get the images to them. Six images. I tried sending them all at once, splitting them into groups of three, sending them individually...and they finally all got there after 15 tries. Some of the emails just vanished in transit, which I think is really weird. I don't get it, but I'm happy that they arrived!
Here are the pesky images that they will be picking from...all painted on location in spring weather at Lusher Farm in Lake Oswego, and the Upper Easement next to Jantzen Island.
|I Know A Place 12x24 plein air- oil paint N Equall|
|Through The Trees 12x12 plein air pastel N Equall|
|A Warm Welcome 12x16 plein air pastel N Equall|
|The Way Things Used To Be 12x12 plein air pastel N Equall|
|Lucky Clover 6x6 plein air pastel N Equall|
|Along The Path 6x6 plein air pastel N Equall|