No place too dangerous: 231 m.ph. winds and the abstract painter
Living at the foothills of Mt Washington out in Bartlett, NH, one finds plenty of strange, dangerous and wild places to paint. The studio is in the lower valley surrounded by mountains producing crosswinds clocked at 66 MPH. Due to the extreme weather the water in the rivers turn an aqua blue and the sky tangerine orange. The snow gives a nice glowing white to hang paintings on. Enjoy the gallery walls made of snow below.Follow “paint anywhere” on Instagram. And get your lazy behind outside!