Tuesday, December 29, 2009

"Path To The Sea" ©


I have so missed my brushes and paint, over the last week or so. The holiday festivities took over for a brief time and so to get back in the saddle I painted a favorite scene, the bridle path to the sea within the Montana De Oro park. It's interesting to revisit a subject with a few hundred canvases in between, a new approach and a bit more skill.
Oil on Linen, 20" X 24"
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7 comments:

Ruth Housley said...

Hi Laura,
This is very nice and glad you got back to painting.
Ruth Housley

Laura Wambsgans said...

Thanks Ruth, I have so missed my easel. It's been tough to pass by it constantly, the pull is tremendous. I understand how artists just walk away from "normal" life and sink into their art.

Andrea Sweeney said...

Laura, love your Path to the Sea. I feel the trees just bending down to show me the way. You are amazing. Your stone work blew me away, and now your painting is beautiful. Corky Dunn must be beside herself. Haha!!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

I love this painting! Especially the feel of distance that you achieved. Wonderful -

Christine said...

Stunning! And nice to see a vertical for variety (not always easy for a landscape. Are you going to Cambria this Fall? I wish there were painting wksps. there too!

Christine said...

(Oops, I meant this April).

Laura Wambsgans said...

Thanks everyone very much. What a beautiful spot on the earth. No, Christine I am not going to Cambria to teach this April, the show schedule is stacking up fast. 2010 is showing the promise of being a super year and we are all so ready.

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