On the Road – 1875 McClure House

Please note that the date is wrong on the video.  This second visit occurred on August 4th, not August 8th as stated in the video.

Summer is my busy season with lots of projects on the go.  Often, I head out on the road and do special projects for different groups of supporters.  One such project is the 1875 McClure House, located West of Toronto.  This is my second visit to this site; I posted photos of my first visit via twitter.  This painting-sketch will need another two or three visits before being completed.  The painting will form the foundation for a colour print.  I hopefully have this completed by the early fall.

Chris Erskine



About Chris Erskine

Visual Artist and independent film-maker. Try to post summaries of my artistic activities once per month. View all posts by Chris Erskine

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