Monday, March 16, 2015

"Way Up Along," Provincetown, Mass.

Way Up Along, Provincetown, Mass.
30" x 40" x 2"
Oil with a palette info on Ampersand Gessobord

Paul sent me some great old postcards from the early 1900s of The Red Inn in Provincetown. I thought it would be really fun to recreate these on a large scale for their 100th year anniversary this summer.

I love reading the backs of the postcards. This one is from 1921. It reads "You must see this place. We are spending the night at "Red Inn"- at present we are on the beach wading. So lovely. Delightful trip. Love, Lena."

I used blue painters tape so that I had a nice clean edge to recreate the white border and text that was on the front of the original postcard. I took some images along the way to show my progress and also to show the large scale of this painting.


Autumn Leaves said...

Wow, Ann! All done with a palette knife? Simply amazing! I must confess that these old timey postcards are my favorites. I think it might just be something I might start looking to collect. I always love the art/images on them. This is a beautiful piece!

Barb said...

love this!!

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