Oregon’s January Palette

"Oregon's Winter Palette", watercolor and colored pencil by Kerry McFall

Clearly, we’re not in Botswana any more… or Tennessee, or Brooklyn.  Sigh.

But it’s beautiful here in a cold, foggy kind of way.  This afternoon I walked the Bald Hill Farm trail as part of my “re-entry” therapy – the Oregon Winter palette is very simple:  grey, pale lichen green, more grey, nut brown, dead grass green, and thank goodness for the red of wild rosehips.

I hope to find time to post the last few Botswana sketches soon, but I’ll be back to work tomorrow so it may be a few days before I get everything sorted out.

1 thought on “Oregon’s January Palette

  1. Rob Robinson

    Welcome back, Kerry! To me, it always feels good to get back home after an adventure. I hope that is the case for you and Griff. I bet it will take a while to get back into the routines (if that is what you plan to do – no telling what you might be up to next.)

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