Just stunning! Wish I could see it in it's full size! You are so talented!
Beautiful work Laurel, tehw ay you have captured the light in both sky and land is wonderful.i hope you guys got some rain since your last post. r.
You definitely achieved a rhythm and flow in your clouds. You got the values in the clouds just right. Not any easy thing to do.Karen Wilkerson
I like this composition, and the warm light on the clouds contrasting the cool blue, really give it depth.
The paintings in the last three posts are just beautiful. I think when people paint from the heart, it comes through in their work. Its obvious that you felt these places: the warm winds, glow of the sun, intensity of the colors. My sister recently visited St. Simons. She brought back pictures of drinking at the bar, sunbathing on the rocks, and hot waiters. lol
Hi Laurel,This looks like some places in Nova Scotia, like the marsh land out behind our schoolhouse. I know when I travel out there this year that you and your glorious paintings will be on my mind full time.I wish I was a better photographer so I could capture the incredible views I will see for you. But I will see them through the lense ofwhat you would do.XOXOXOBarbara
That sky!!! Magnificent! I'm so glad Mitzi introduced me to your gorgeous work!
Absolutley gorgeous clouds...They look as if they are heading somewhere purposeful!!
Oh how I was just struggling with distance and clouds! This is amazing!!! Glad to see it now, as it helps me a lot.
Hi, there! I wandered over from Carol's and caught my breath at this painting. I love it! So happy I dropped by and will be back soon.
Beautiful. Love the low horizon line here and the contrast between the rounder clouds vs. flat ground.
Wow! The simple composition, the beautiful contrasting warm and cool colors, and great execution make a powerful statement. Danhttp://danielfishbackfineart.com
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