Art Drop-Off, Pennypack Rail Trail, 2/24/22

Quite a different morning from yesterday’s spring-like weather! On my walk today I was wearing a shirt, two sweatshirts, and my winter coat; tights and sweatpants. It’s cold out there.

Anyway, my husband and I did a few miles on the Pennypack Rail Trail. This is a long-familiar location; I must’ve walked or run hundreds, if thousands, of miles here over the last ten years or so.

I chose a small painting, 6″ x 6″, for today’s drop off. It’s one I did some time back, 2018, I see from my records – I’m going through my inventory and sending these out into the world, as well as new ones that I am making now.

We’re expecting snow/sleet/rain over the next day. I chose a sheltered location – one of the old control boxes from when this was an active rail line. I have left many items in it over the years. Not too long ago, someone added the words you see above the top shelf. I like the message and I hope my painting fits in.

Here is the whole scene as you might come up upon it on the trail.

All right, that is it for today! Happy Thursday.

About Claudia McGill

A person who does art and writes poetry. That's me!

2 responses to “Art Drop-Off, Pennypack Rail Trail, 2/24/22

  1. I love how vibrant that painting is and how it suggests Spring growth and then the promise of summer – just what we need on this bitterly cold and grey day. You will absolutely brighten someone’s day.

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