I had a very fun experience this past sunday painting in the streets of Boston. A gallery I show at called the Copley Society is hosting an event called Fresh Paint Week, where they invite about 80 artists to paint out in whichever part of Boston they choose for a day, then return the "fresh" painting to the gallery, where they will be auctioned off for the remainder of the week. You had the choice of starting your work ahead of time, but like a lot of the other painters there, I chose to paint mine from start to finish on the spot. It was a beautiful day I enjoy doing urban landscapes, so I painted right at on the street corner of Newbury and Exeter, and I met some really nice people. It's nice to find a city that is so supportive of the arts; everyone was interested in what I was doing and very supportive. If anyone would like to check out the show, it's up until this Saturday night at the Copley Society in Boston. Some good stuff there. Here's a bad image of the painting I did. Not great, but it gives an idea of how the painting looks.