The painting right is of Gooderham Lake from the "Old Parish Place" It was a huge treed property that is being protected by its owners. The only downside was that it is heavily treed and I was in very dark shade painting this. I could make out the values but colour was mostly guesswork.
This painting was painted at Greenmantle Farm which is home to a rare mineral called fluorrichterite. It is also a property that is being protected by its very friendly owners and they go an extra mile. They lead eco tours on their property.
This last painting was painted at Centre Lake. It is favourite location and I have painted this scene numerous times. This was our third day painting and I was exhausted but I can't think of a better location to finish three intense days of painting.
A weekend like this is definitely good for the soul.