20" x 16"
Oil with palette knives on cradled board
SOLD at the Red Inn
I debated what to call this painting and decided that I liked the idea of a shuffle because that is what you see in the summer on Commercial Street. People, pets, children, cars, bikes all converging on to this skinny street going east, going west, and just enjoying a leisurely summer stroll. The Provincetown library is the tall building you see in the distance and acts as a beacon guiding you and letting you know how far you've gone or have to go.