‘Late fall, The Mall, looking west’, oil, 18x24”, Richard Burke Jones
On the second evening of painting at the Bartlett Mall the feeling of the “place” almost overwhelmed me. Throughout were the ever present geese, the serene feel of the place, the peaceful dog walking people, and the stunning fall colors. I had the feeling that there were walkers and bikers late in the day who came religiously every day to this “place”.
On the third evening it was one of the last, perfect, warm fall days when everyone walks their dog so politely with the exception of the German Shepard off-leash scaring the geese away…oh well, let’s concentrate on the majority! The fading fall colors are rich and spell-binding!
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