Hyn Patty
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  • Tuckasegee, NC
  • United States
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Caney Fork Overlook by Hyn Patty

"Yes painting in the NC/TN mountain can be dynamic and challenging at times but when we are able to capture these moments it is really exhilarating.  Nice work! "
yesterday
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Caney Fork Overlook by Hyn Patty

"Colors are a touch off but this is another plein air oil I worked on today, also 11 x 14.  It is a view from the Caney Fork Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway not far from our cabin.  I reworked this painting a bit today to add the storms…"
Saturday
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Lake Balsam by Hyn Patty

"Lake Balsam in the Roy Taylor Forest as seen on the shallow boggy end.  This photo is a little dark but I finally finished it today.  11 x 14 oil on canvas, plein air."
Saturday
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Devil's Courthouse

"Thank you both!  I haven't painted in years so it's good to get back into it and study up to refresh and work on improving my work.  I have a long list of things I could be better at.  Design, Light and reflected light,…"
Friday
Martha Faires commented on Hyn Patty's photo
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Devil's Courthouse

"It looks like you met the challenge! Love the textures."
Friday
Steven W. Dunn commented on Hyn Patty's photo
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Devil's Courthouse

"Wow! What a beauty!"
Friday
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Devil's Courthouse

"The older name for the Devil's Courthouse from the Cherokee legend is 'Judaculla's Judgement Seat'."
Friday
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Thursday
Hyn Patty replied to Amy Lamp's discussion Location suggestions in the Blue Ridge Mountains
"I haven't left for the Tetons yet.  I'll be leaving in about a week and yes, it is for a Plein Air event called Driggs Digs Plein Air Festival. https://www.driggspleinair.org/  The actual festival starts July 24th and runs…"
Thursday
Hyn Patty replied to Amy Lamp's discussion Location suggestions in the Blue Ridge Mountains
"Any time of the summer, if you are UP in the mountains, staying in the 75 degree or lower temperature range is no problem.  Our cabin is located at about 4,000 foot elevation and it rarely exceeds 75 degrees up here even when it's 90…"
Thursday
Hyn Patty replied to Amy Lamp's discussion Location suggestions in the Blue Ridge Mountains
"If you don't feel comfortable linking up with any of us to paint (always more fun when you aren't alone in a new area) then I would suggest checking out lodges, gift shops, and visitor centers in any of the National Parks or along the…"
Thursday
Hyn Patty replied to Amy Lamp's discussion Location suggestions in the Blue Ridge Mountains
"Welcome, Amy!  First of all please tell us the /general/ area of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina that you are located so we'd have a good idea of what would be a reasonable range for you.   How far are you comfortable…"
Thursday
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Graveyard Fields Cascade

"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…"
Jul 9

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