Photos to Paint: June 2011

| May 31, 2011
Photos to Paint: June 2011

June 2011 Photos to Paint Challenge – OK to paint or draw but not for use in original form.

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June’s Photos to Paint Challenge

I love this picture! I am early because this month because I have wedding duty starting tomorrow and I was really excited to give you this photo to work on. I have left this one wide open for you by providing a big view for you to compose from. Ahhhh, the greens and purples and a lovely old structure decaying to perfection. I hope you like this month’s Photos to Paint challenge and am really looking forward to what you will do with it! Please send in your work!

Please use the form below to submit your painting by the last day of June. Your picture should be a high-quality jpg image that is at least 480 pixels along its longest dimension at 72 pixels per inch.

DOWNLOAD June Photos to Paint Challenge Photo (2000 pix for your painting pleasure)

Let me know by comment if you need anything else! Thanks as always for participating.

Have fun,

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  1. Lydie says:

    Wow ! What a beautiful lanscape, I love the colors too ! Thanks so much for a so great treasure. Can you tell us where you have taken this picture and what is this plant with this purple color, if you know it ?

  2. Martyn says:

    @Lydle If you download the full sized photo, I think the purple is just a bunch of small bushes with no leaves on them. The aerial perspective gives the twigs a coolish tint.

    Congrats Lee! I think I’m going to enter this challenge. I’ll use New Traditions lead-primed linen (if you haven’t bought any yet, I highly recommend it).

  3. Lee says:

    Thanks for the comments! The purple bushes are scrub oak that has not leafed out yet. In mass, they have a purple tint at this point. Pretty cool!

  4. Lydie says:

    Thanks you two for the answer.