Look Both Ways
6 x 8 in., oil on panel
$120 + tax, $20 s/h
Architecture is such different form of problem solving from pure "land" scenes. Somehow to me it's more like doing a giant math problem--one specific step at a time--get too loose with one step and it all falls apart. Trees, grass, or hills are more easily manipulated to an artists' needs. As much as I dislike math, I appreciate the order of these scenes--and they do have their freedoms, just in a different way.
*This is St Remy, France. The orange building is a shop called Florame (essential oils), and the one directly to the left is the local Farrow & Ball (lovely paint and wallpapers) store.