San Carlos Art and Wine Faire--October 2007
We returned for the second year of street painting in San Carlos with a reproduction of an illustration by Warwick Goble of Cleopatra's Fleet. We had help on Saturday from our nephew, Nolan and from Cheryl's aunt and uncle Linda and Bert, who timed their visit from North Carolina to allow them to take in a street painting.
Wayne and Nolan color in the cloudy sky.
Nolan and Wayne pounce the pattern over the sky.
Wayne and Nolan color in the purple sail.
Uncle Bert and Aunt Linda work on the main sail.
Bert and Linda help Wayne and Cheryl with the main sail.
Wayne works on the banner and Cheryl works on the figurehead of the main ship.
Closeup of the figurehead.
Wayne added a painterly touch to the topmast.
Wayne works under the umbrella at midday on Saturday.
Cheryl helps Linda color in the two rightmost sails.
The painting at the end of the day on Saturday.
Packed up and ready to go home for the day.
Wayne shades the main sail.
Cheryl and Wayne work on ships while Nolan looks on.
Wayne adds an orange sail in the background.
Closeup of what Wayne was working on.
Sunday painting continues.
Wayne starts on the foam while Cheryl finishes up the shields and oars.
Closeup of what Cheryl was working on.
Cheryl and Wayne work on the sea foam.
Wayne paints in the foam.
Cheryl and Wayne with the completed painting.
Closeup of the left side of the completed painting.
Closeup of the center of the completed painting.
Closeup of the right side of the completed painting.
Linda, Cheryl, Wayne and Bert pose with the completed painting.
The completed painting.
The original painting.
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