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Kashong Road, Repaint

Kashong Road 10 x 14 inches, Oil on Panel

This is a repaint of an older painting.  I originally painted this piece during the 2012 Billsboro Winery Plein Air Festival.  I picked up the painting at the end of this year's festival knowing I was going to do something.  

That was two weeks ago and today was the day.  Below is what I started with.  I don't need to say more other than I like my repaint much better.  Is it still a Plein Air painting?  NO!  And I'm ok with that.


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