Today's post is titled Glensheen Memories, and is an 8x8" acrylic on canvas. This piece is the last in a three part series from the Plein Aire week last week. This painting is of a small building on the Glensheen grounds, and the building caught my eye with the unique architectural details and blooming hollyhocks on the right. Perhaps this is a front door I'd enjoy arriving home to every day, especially with it's close proximity to the lake. The Plein Aire week was fun, and I'd like to take another shot at painting outside, especially when not pressed for time. And after last's weeks devastating thunderstorms took out power in wide swaths across northern Minnesota, I have some catch up work to do but I'm thankful the power has been restored. Have a great week. This piece is part of three new works on display at the Duluth Art Institute now through Sept. 9, 2016 in the upper gallery.