Monday, December 14, 2009

Winter Roadside

Winter Roadside, 6 x 12 diptych, (6 x 6 each), SOLD
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I love how the "bones" of the landscape emerge in winter, revealing its infra-structure in muted tones of grays and golds. These bare trees on the roadside offered me a great opportunity to study those neutrals.

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7 comments:

Trish Siegel said...

Beautiful diptych. I love how the trees read bare without the painting of actual branches, and your grays and golds really reflect the Texas winter.

Definitely a place you would want to wear a pair of UGGS??! #*% What's up with that?! How rude of nicky08!!!

Laurel Daniel said...

Thanks Trish!! I just deleted that whole UGG comment (for those reading this after the fact, nicky08's comment consisted of a bunch of ad links to her UGG product line.)

silentwitness said...

Laurel your trees are so lovely! The colors and soft edges are incredible! Beautiful!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Beautiful, rich color in these paintings.
I got spammed too, despite my having word verification enabled.
UGGS are UGGLY anyway. And overpriced ;)

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Laurel, This is a beautiful pair!
I love the way you painted the bare trees. Stunning composition!

Marian Fortunati said...

Very interesting concept... Although I usually crave color, this appeals to me too!! Nice... I like how you've made the two 6x6 into a diptych!!

Liz said...

Lovely!