Contemporary Impressionism - studio and plein air
Oooooh, love the negative shapes between trees and ground!Hope Studios weekend #1 went well!
I can almost smell that certain scent of autumn in the air! What a beautiful piece, Jane! We received our oak tree and just cannot stop looking at it! We are trying to figure the best way to corner mount it by my others (without damaging it or the walls), so for now it sits in my studio where I can gaze up on it in reverie! By the by, I did take a photo of my JH Gallery in situ...Now to upload it from the camera! LOL
This is lovely. I always click on your images to see the larger versions in all their textured detail. As always, the play between the textures and colors is wonderful.
The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery. Francis Bacon
Thanks, Tracey - It did go well!Sherry - thanks! I'm so glad it arrived safely. I look forward of seeing the pic of them all together sometime.Thank-you, Don :) I'm so glad for that feature because they really do look different close up!Thanks David - great quote!
This is a very moving piece....love the light under the trees.Cynthia
Jane - I love looking a your daily paintings and reading your newsletters. The simplicity and the beauty of your paintings just make me smile! Do you always work in just this style? Sue