Thursday, November 02, 2006

HighSprings Kulagua Indian Camp
Charles Dickinson

Dean Davis Building High Springs
Charles Dickinson

Behind The Opera House in High Springs
Charles Dickinson

"I had such a wonderful time at the High Springs Paint Out. This region of Florida has a great deal to offer plein air artists (and visitors). I was inspired by the architecture of the little town of High Springs as well as the natural architecture of the rivers, trees, and springs in the area parks. It was difficult to settle on one site each day with so many possibilities.

It was also a pleasure to work with such talented artists and see the many interpretations of the landscape. The exhibit at the High Springs Gallery is really exciting to see. We were treated to beautiful meals and shown the greatest respect throughout this event. Many thanks to the staff and Chuck Sapp for all the hard work they did and for going out of their way to make us comfortable and welcome.

I love to participate in paint outs that not only allow me to record on canvas a new area but that also fundraise for a great cause and Adopt-a-River is a great cause. Thanks for letting me take part in this event."

From Charles Dickinson

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