This was the first summer we've had that Cami has been working while I stay home and play Mr. Mom. It's been an adjustment, but we found our groove. We all spent a few hours in the mornings painting and jamming out to Skillet in the studio before we went on to chores and the rest of our day. I was able to finish a couple paintings during these sessions with the kids. The first one features an awesome sunset I shot a couple summers ago from up high on the rock cut formation along Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park:
The second is of a peaceful waterfall inspired by an off the path discovery in the Bighorn Mountains of Northeasterrn Wyoming. This one took a bit longer with all the flower details. I've learned that I enjoy rocks. I could paint rocks for days. Grass? Not so much!