Sycamores at Oak Creek by Casey Cheuvront

Casey Cheuvront
Casey Cheuvront
Casey studied drawing, painting, and ceramics at CSUF California, and has been influenced by current artists like Bill Cramer, Stanley Kurth, Matt Smith, and Camille Przewodek. She completed a professional internship with Ken Willingham at his studio and gallery in June Lake, California. Casey took every available art course while completing her degree in Psychology. Worn out after years of treating abused children and perpetrators, she returned to the business world but never stopped creating; ceramics, line drawing, painting, jewelry making and other creative venues. Today she devotes herself exclusively to creating, teaching, and studying the arts.
Oil on Linen
12" x 6"




Sycamores at Oak Creek

The morning light at the edge of Oak Creek is spectacular and mysterious Рeven when you only take a stroll across the Tlaquepaque parking lot to see it. This little painting was caught fairly early while the light was still cool and the mist was rising from the water tumbling over rocks at the bend of the stream. Dogs were walked, coffee was savored, sun rose and painter, painted. Truly not a studio painting, this was executed almost entirely en plein air. But it is, in my memory, a quintessential Sedona experience.