Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Morning in the Field


Morning in the Field, 5 x 7, SOLD
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There is nothing quite like the first light of the day...
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This is the last of my "places I wanted to paint in person but was unable to" series (yes, photographs come in handy in such cases!) I have been painting in Georgia for the last two weeks and just got home tonight. I will begin posting my work from that trip as soon as I get it photographed. Thank you all for your kind words while I was gone; I truly appreciate your encouragement!
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8 comments:

Stephen Parker said...

Hi, Laurel. This is a great one. I love the subtle, yet well defined edges in both the fence and barn. And, of course, yet another uniquely beautiful, atmospheric sky.

By the way, are you ever coming back to Austin?

Marla said...

This is one of my favorites.

Victor Errington said...

Hi Laurel.
You are one of my favourite Artists,Mainly for your trees.I
love your brush strokes.Well done
yet again.All the best.
Vic.

Trish Siegel said...

Beautiful painting, and I think it may be a favorite of mine as well. 'Love that morning light. Looking forward to those plein air pieces from Georgia!

Barbara M. said...

Hi Laurel,

This is magnificent. I love the trees -- done so easily (it appears)
-- each brush stroke perfect, and the light and colour in the whole painting. Can't wait to see what you've done while you were away.

XOXOXOBarbara

Karen said...

Laurel I hope your trip was incredibly productive, and I can't wait to see some of the results! I've also really enjoyed keeping up with this series also.

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Laurel, this piece has such a wonderful feel to it...one of my favorites too!

Jack said...

That can done only by a great artist like u..That is really mind blowing..thanks for such a nice post..

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Jack
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