With school out for the Thanksgiving holiday, my studio time has been a little dicey. But now that we are back in session I have managed to wrap up my posting about the Pienza painting from earlier last week.
Before I dive into painting the potted plants, I finish up the main architectural features of the painting– the final touches on the windows and doors, and completing the distant bench.
Now let’s move onto the flowers!
Here is the final:
“The Potted Garden, Pienza”
Oil on panel, 12×12″
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The hill town of Pienza is lovely for a number of reasons. First, it overlooks the gorgeous Tuscan valley called the Val d’Orcia. Second, like so many of these small towns, the whole village is oozing with charm and dripping with flowers, just like the scene I have painted. Third, it is the home of Pecorino cheese! Need I say more?