Saturday afternoon was the quick draw event on the grounds of Park McCullough, it was gorgeous, a perfect day.
Jack Haran, John Caggianno and I discuss where we might paint.
We are standing in the rose garden of the estate. John decided to paint in the garden. I have to say the painters at this event were really great people…haven’t met such a nice group at an event before- really supportive.
Hui Lai is checking her gear before heading out.
This 1938 Dodge was parked in a great spot.
The Lions club set up food tents so we wouldn’t fade away to nothing as we painted to make the deadline.
Frank Constantino held a quick meeting for the painters in the carriage barn to lay out the rules.
I choose to paint the 1920 Ford.
Visitors came by the entire time we painted. They loved watching the quick draw.
Sharon Carson paints the large moose sculpture.
James Gurney paints the 1938 Dodge truck.
Carlton Manzano focused on the carriage barns.
Jame Ramsey went out to the edge of the field to set up her umbrella.
Tarryl Gabel painted on the edge of the property looking up at the hillside meadow and trees.
Bill Cloutman painted the roof edges of the mansion.
Everywhere you looked you saw painters scattered across the landscape.
This estate has its own gas private pump!
Jack Haran paints the mansion.
Vcevy Strekalovsky painted the multiple gables of the carriage barns.
Bob & Nan Lowary chatting with and some of their many high school volunteers. They were great!
I’ve got the car blocked in…I really like Quick Draws. I like to paint as fast as possible.
John is deep into his painting.
Andrew Orr worked away smiling.
Chris Coyne studied the edge of the roof he was painting.
The finish lines looms! What is this new habit I have of one hand on my hip while painting? To get it out of the way? So I won’t grab a brush and start in with two hands ? Thank you Marcus for the great pictures !
Quick Draw Winners
James Gurney (Rhinebeck, NY)
Vcevy Strekalovsky (Hingham, MA)
Bill Cloutman (Marblehead, MA)
“Park McCullough Carriage Barn”
Matthew Perry (North Bennington, VT)
‘Park McCullough and North Bennington”
Pen & Ink and Watercolor