Friday, November 18, 2011


Hi VPA enthusiast and Plein Air Artist
This is for those of you that RSVP, or requested specifically or generally to be updated, and some of you in hopes of enticing you to join in: Email has been sent. Let me know if you did not receive.
HOPE i got everyone that requested

OK, Next VPA  MAP - SAT. November 19th: Private 5 acre Bay Front Property Protected by the Nat'l Wild Life Land Trust -
specifics sent by request just to keep private property not posted publicly.   Should make for a great day of plein air for all ...scheduled for those that work during the week in mind

We are welcomed to spend the day... 9am to sunset. Packing a picnic lunch that we can eat on her screened porch by the pool. BRING BUG SPRAY for mosquitoes plus after 5 no ceims (however you spell)  etc.

First, this is a private property where are hostess has graciously opened her property and home(for the restrooms, water etc.)
to all of us so that we may paint there en Plein Air. 
Her ONLY request of us is to NOT drive over or on her sprinkler heads along the side of the long winding drive. MOST you can see, but just to be sure, please please please do not park there. Also do not park where you see new RYE GRASS SEED has been laid. Depending on how many of us arrive and when, there should be ample parking on her cement drive up by the house.
Look for my Black Tahoe when you come in or me.
 SAVE this info too.... for we will return here when she notifies me that the Azelea's are in bloom usually in Feb..

Saturday we will enjoy a Property which truly is a a living museum of native species to our area, along with the many beautiful transplants that she has added.
The Koi pond is a bit grown over but still a beautiful area off the bay front.  Her dock leads out to a beautiful view too. The dirt winding drive is an Artist paradise too, along with her back little porch area with cast iron benchs and potted plants etc. too.  Can't wait to spend the day PAINTING all the possible views.

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