Chalk pastel of a small cascade at Graveyard Fields, Yellowstone Prong. 5.5 inches by 6 on Handbook Sanded paper. Close to my cabin, I go out to Graveyard Fields frequently - two nice waterfalls, hiking, blueberries, and mountain mist!

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Comment by Hyn Patty on July 9, 2019 at 5:26pm

I may also be inclined to trek up north of Asheville if I'm given a little warning in advance to plan for overnight accommodations.  My husband and I /love/ going up to Blowing Rock and places around there and we /usually/ attend the Grandfather Mountain Scottish Highland Games, but not this year.  Too many things going on this July.

Comment by Hyn Patty on July 9, 2019 at 5:23pm

Thank you, Steven!  What a delight to hear from you.  I am so glad you have been enjoying my paintings!  If you ever want to come south of Asheville to paint anything along the Parkway, or anywhere else in the Nantahala or Great Smokey Mountains Park, please do ping me.  I'd love painting company!  At the moment however I am about to depart for three weeks of plein air painting in the Grand Tetons for the Driggs Digs Plein Air Festival.  I'll return after the first week of August.  I took years away from my studio and only just got back to painting seriously this summer.  I have a lot of rust to knock off!

Comment by Steven W. Dunn on July 8, 2019 at 7:51pm

Hyn, all of these recent works are so enjoyable.  You certainly know how to capture the atmosphere and wonderful magic of nature.  There's no place on earth any more beautiful than our Blue Ridge Mountains.   Makes me want to load up my painting equipment and head to the parkway!

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