Odom House, Monhegan Island, 9 x 12" oil on Raymar Panel,© Fay Terry, 2015
This was painted on a sunny afternoon and I was lucky to find a spot in the shade where I could work
without the sun on my palette and canvas. It was a fun place to paint since it was close to the main road and many people stopped to talk. My friend Louise painted the house from a slightly different view. We were across from the store where we got pineapple coconut muffins and cold drinks when we needed to take a break. It was one of many wonderful days of painting.