Aden Stand

It was getting late on Sunday and I needed to paint before getting my son back. I headed over to near where he was, so I could swing by and get him after painting.

That led me to Aden, a small area, not a town even, which I'd driven through once before. It was this day that I realized I was a sucker for a stand of trees in front of a treeline. The inclination is so natural that I never put thought into it.

This painting was particularly fun, because I use a knife on the stand to differentiate it from the line.

Aden Stand
Oil on Gessoboard

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