- Thursday, August 27, 2015: Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve, Palo Alto.
- Thursday, September 3, 2015: Linda Vista Park, Cupertino
- Thursday, September 10, 2015: Private residence on San Mateo County Beach - see Members Only: Paintsites Details for more information. Currently "Wait List only".
- Thursday, September 17, 2015: Martial Cottle Park, San Jose. This is a new park and a new Paintsite.
- Saturday, September 19, 2015: Saratoga Farmers Market at West Valley College
- Thursday, September 24, 2015: Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor, Santa Cruz. Followed by post-paintout pot-luck at member's home. Reservations required for pot-luck - see September Newsletter and the Members Only section on the website.
- Friday, September 24, 2015: Natural Bridges State Beach, Santa Cruz. Followed by post-paintout pot-luck. Reservations required for pot-luck - see September Newsletter and the Members Only section on the website.
For more information about the Warner Hutton House in Saratoga, see:
(Note: the adjacent parking lot is for City Business Only - we parked in the Main Library parking lot and walked through the Heritage Orchard to the Warner Hutton House.)
Here we are:
|Alan's unfinished painting of Melanie and a shady corner of the house.|
|Helen's quick sketch of the side of the house.|
|Helen's finished painting of the front corner of the house.|
|Caroline's preliminary sketch.|
|Caroline's finished painting with Melanie on the front steps.|
|Yan and Dick, Rich in the background.|
|Dick's painting of the house.|
|Rich's painting from just behind Dick.|
|John and Melanie - the secret of their success (see below): while the rest of us kept brushing away like mad, they knew when to stop painting.|
|Melanie's close up of the entrance.|
|Lisha's painting of the front of the house.|
|Liz (front and center) and Broncha (slightly to right of center).|
|Liz's unfinished painting.|
|Broncha's painting from just right of center of the house.|
|Brad's painting of the back of the house from the Gazebo ...|
|Lunch in the Gazebo. Followed by our critique. Followed by a trek to the Main Library to view the "Shades of Summer" exhibit.|