Tuesday, November 07, 2006

"Afternoon Walk" ©


Time prevented an outing, sitting at my easel the idea of picking up the small brush to work on a 5" X 7" canvas felt dull. Quickly I grabbed a larger canvas and a huge brush. Excitement rushed in the door and off we went, "Afternoon Walk" is the result.

Oil on Canvas, 9" X 12"

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9 comments:

Clive said...

Hey Laura, lovely stuff. You must have found my blog through Daily Painters; I've found a motherlode of fine arts painters by visiting there. This is particularly lovely; I'm a big fan of 19th century landscapes, this is really evokative of it. The California landscapes looks like a mythical Arcadia. Best, C.

rob ijbema said...

this one turned out very well,love the softness of the strokes and light

Peter Yesis said...

Absolutely beautiful. This is a fantastic landscape. Inviting, colorful, well balanced. I could look at it a long time.Great job!

Brian said...

What a great painting!
Isn't it great when you rush outside to catch a moment and manage to dash off a really nice painting -it doesn't happen enough for me, but I keep trying anyway.

Jan Blencowe said...

Laura,
I've really been enjoying your landscapes! This one is just beautiful with great vakue structure and color harmony!

Happy Painting!
Jan

Tanya's Irish Art said...

Beautiful landscapes! It's amazing how you create foliage on your paitings!

bj said...

I always look forward to finding your lovely paintings at 'daily painters'. You are an inspiration to other artists who are searching for that particular spark that makes a painting come alive. Another lovely work !

Anonymous said...

Once again...just breathtaking. You have a very real connection with landscape that I admire.

Anonymous said...

this scene is enchanting...you did a marvelous job

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