Thursday, April 23, 2015

61st NBPA Paintout - Rodeo Beach/ Lagoon (Marin Headlands)

Revisiting the same location our very first paintout that took place back in 2009! Rain expected on Saturday and looking forward to clearing up on Sunday. Wonderful views in all directions. Parking lot near Headlands Institute with additional parking along dirt shoulder facing lagoon.
Located in the Marin Headlands, Fort Cronkhite is a former World War II military post that stands at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Fort Cronkhite today is one of the few preserved examples of these World War II "mobilization posts" remaining in the country. The fort's barracks, mess halls, supply buildings, and other structures are preserved to tell the story of the soldiers who waited here for an enemy that never came.
12:00pm - 12:15pm - Briefly meet at Beach Area or feel free to set up to paint!
12:15pm - 4:00pm - Let's PAINT! 
4:00pm - 4:15pm - Let's meet up between beach and parking lot. We can share our paintings and lean our paintings along the log stumps. Not a Critique.... just time to share our findings, techniques or just to chat.
• On Bunker Road, pass through one way Baker-BarryTunnel.
• Follow Bunker Road 3-miles and continue pass Rodeo Lagoon. Head toward the ocean and Fort Cronkhite will be on your right-hand side
Parking lot and additional parking along dirt shoulder facing lagoon.
Yes, public bathroom by main parking lot.

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