Thursday, August 26, 2010

September!

23 comments:

Marian Fortunati said...

Looking forward to it!!!

WOW!!

Marc R. Hanson said...

Me too Marian! I hope it stays warm for a month.

Tess Traylor Walls said...

I can't wait.

Sharon said...

You have got to be nuts!! I am amazed that you are undergoing another marathon paint out -but I am looking forward to following you on it. I have never done a nocturne, so I hope you post your process and equipment. Hope the weather is good for you -what will you do on moonless, starless nights?

Shane Rebenschied said...

Very cool idea Marc! I look forward to following along.

adebanji said...

Wow! I can't wait! You inspired my Bath Marathon and I am one of your greatest FANS!

Caroline said...

Really looking forward to seeing the nocturne paintings.

Rob Hazzard said...

Awesome! Wishing you great weather for the month. Should we all start sending you coffee to keep you going?

Sunny said...

Oh, can't wait to see! I will be following

Jane said...

Best of luck Marc...this is great! really enjoyed following the April Marathon last year! Hope it stays fine for you.

Don Thacker said...

Awesome. Life hasn't been the same since your last marathon.

Kami Polzin said...

Exciting! I can't wait to see what work comes out of this! Happy Painting Painter!

Fawzan Barrage said...

I am really looking forward to seeing the progress through the month. Thank you for sharing this Marc.

George De Chiara said...

Looking forward to see these. I too hope you post about the equipment you use and any tips about painting at night. Best of luck!

MaryAnn Cleary said...

Awesome! Here is to happy painting and great weather!

liz wiltzen said...

Awesome Marc, can't wait to see them. You are a sucker for punishment!

Elaine Hurst said...

Wow! That is dedication. I can't wait to see them!

René PleinAir. said...

Turn out the light, ... and Marc goes mental!

Good luck Marc, I am looking forward to it. Are you going to experiment a little as well? I mean if you do, try some different lights as well. I once tried some during one nocturnal a warm light to mix the colors a led light (on my cap) to give me a overview and a red light for actual painting, the last one I love the most because it doesn't spoil you night vision, and let you see much more detail, in extreme dark I mean, a city nocturnal is something completely different off course.

Again good luck Marc, please be careful with sleepy driving will you?!

René PleinAir. said...

Btw. I paint nocturnals every day, ... for you guys that is :-P

Vicki Sergent said...

Oh, yummy!

Julianne said...

I always seem to pop in here at the right time! Looking forward to it, (and greetings from the Italian countryside, for a few more days anyway :) )

Sri Debi said...

Can't wait to see them, and yes, you are a genius!

Fawzan Barrage said...

I posted a note on the Ontario Plein Air Society website and the whole group will be following. I just wish we could duplicate the posts on our blog as well.