Spent a week of plein air painting in a familiar place, Cranford, New Jersey. Cranford is a pleasant suburban community and has been the site of a plein air competition – Cranford Paint the Town. Having participated in that event for several years, I’ve gotten familar with Cranford and many of it’s most attractive and paintable locations.
One of them is Dreyer Farms, a local working farm and popular farm stand that sells produce, plants and various other items. Earlier this year, they tore down the old farmstand structure and replaced it with a new, larger and more efficient building. What they left standing were several of these greenhouses – essentially buildings constructed by layering thick plastic sheathing over a metal frame.
I loved this scene for many reasons – the translucent building that allows one to see some of the metal skeleton structure; the random appearance of plants and other items crowed around the entrance and the sense of busy crowded-ness off to the left of the building.
It is my great privilege to sell most of my paintings direct to my buyers – many of whom purchase online. This one has already found a new home!
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