Our third day of painting in Denali National Park was a bit damp. Luckily, Mary Bee's artist friend, Matt Unterberger, works at at Kantishna Air Taxi (and has a studio/gallery) in Kantishna, a small community just outside the park. The air service staff were busy ending their season, packing up equipment and cleaning their offices, but they graciously provided a deck with a sweeping view of the surroundings. The overcast light brought out all the colors of the turning leaves and tundra, this hillside was like a kaleidoscope.
Thanks to Mary Bee, here is a photo of me, my big palette, and the big round brushes I used on this trip. Also thanks to Kantishna Air Taxi for the use of their deck! Click on the next link to see more views of their chalet and overnight visitor accomodations, Skyline Lodge.
Here's Mary Bee Kaufman, intrepid plein air painter, watercolorist, wildlife photographer, hiker, and adventurer, and all around font of knowledge about the park.
10" x 8" oil on linen panel
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