Monday, December 3, 2012

"Clam dredging" (on Leeds Creek in November) 9 x 12' oil

Julia and took advantage of the glorious few days we had after the Waterfowl Fest in November. As we  sailed out of Leeds Creek and into the Miles, we came across this workboat vacuuming up long necked clams. It was just  gorgeous,  surrounded with sparkles and the autumn colors.

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Kelly Singleton said...

Hello Matthew! Love the water in this one. You are a master at painting it.

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