Friends Laura Gable, left, and Deanne Lemley, both of Kennewick, use oil paints to capture some of the late fall colors Tuesday at Columbia Park in Kennewick. The friends, who are professional artists, try to get together as often as possible to paint outside no matter the weather. “The colors, the lighting, everything just seems more real when you paint outside,” Gable said.
Friends Laura Gable, left, and Deanne Lemley, both of Kennewick, use oil paints to capture some of the late fall colors Tuesday at Columbia Park in Kennewick. The friends, who are professional artists, try to get together as often as possible to paint outside no matter the weather. “The colors, the lighting, everything just seems more real when you paint outside,” Gable said. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Friends Laura Gable, left, and Deanne Lemley, both of Kennewick, use oil paints to capture some of the late fall colors Tuesday at Columbia Park in Kennewick. The friends, who are professional artists, try to get together as often as possible to paint outside no matter the weather. “The colors, the lighting, everything just seems more real when you paint outside,” Gable said. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Capturing the fall colors

November 29, 2016 5:59 PM

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