Connecticut is a plein air artist’s paradise. In addition to the vibrant warm hues that dominate the fall landscape, an explosion of pink, yellow, violet, and rose proclaim spring.

The first time I painted this waterfall in East Hampton, it was early spring before the flowers and trees had a chance to bloom. And although the waterfall was lovely, I always felt the painting lacked pizzazz. So I went back and added some color.

The original acrylic on canvas painting has been sold. However, quality Giclee prints from greeting card size to poster size are available at: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/new-england-waterfall-pamela-allegretto.html

 Lo stato di Connecticut è un paradiso per gli artisti di plein air.  Oltre ai colori vivace dell’autunno, un esplosione di rosso, giallo, violetto, e rosa dichiarono la primavera.

Benchè mi elude l’abilità identificare i fiori coi nomi giusti, e si vede la mia mancanza della conoscenza floreale quando dipingo una margherita con le foglie d’una rosa, tuttavia, mi piace dipingere i fiori e li dipingerò ancora, se sono veri oppure fiori che vivono solamente nella mente.

Il quadro originale, dipinto con l’acrilico su tela, è stato venduto, però, si può comprarne dell stampe di Giclee qui:  http://fineartamerica.com/featured/new-england-waterfall-pamela-allegretto.html

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