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Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer

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Sarah tours several of St. Augustine's historic sites including the brick lined Aviles Street arts district, the oldest school house and the former Ponce de Leon hotel built by Henry Flagler. In his studio, Roger uses oils to create a detailed 30 by 30 inch painting of the historic hotel and statue of Pone de Leon.

Sarah explores a rural farm in WI that has a pumpkin patch containing six to seven thousand pumpkins. She talks with the owner about the different varieties of pumpkins and the requirements for growing them. Roger sets up his easel by an old wooden doorway and creates a colorful pumpkin scene using the early morning light.

Sarah visits the Whitney Marine Laboratory and sea turtle hospital in St. Augustine, Florida where she learns about the research and care of injured sea turtles. Back in his studio, Roger uses acrylics and creates a portrait of one of the magnificent creatures.

Sarah and Roger Bansemer visit the small town of Todd, North Carolina where Sarah talks to some down home whittlers and a talented musician on the front porch of the local gathering spot. Roger sets up his easel on location and using acrylics, catches the quickly changing colors and paints the general store in the early morning light.

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