Community art: Paul Damon’s pastorals

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Today’s featured project from the pass-around project we’ve been running with Wet Paint Art: two sketches from Paul Damon of Wisconsin’s Coulee Country. According to, “The word coulee comes from the French word meaning ‘flowing.’ In western Wisconsin, these small valleys, surrounded by hills, give a flowing feeling to the landscape.”

Says Paul:

I am a landscape painter. I drew two images based on a trip to southwest Wisconsin.

Be sure to click each image to see the larger version.


2 thoughts on “Community art: Paul Damon’s pastorals

  1. Weird. I’ve been in Wet Paint quite a few times in the last few weeks and haven’t seen this. I guess they ask random people at random times to work in it. I can’t wait to see more!

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