Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Golden Banks


Golden Banks, 9 x 12, L. Daniel

One of my favorite things about the Hunt area of Texas is the wonderful spots in the road that cross over and next to the Guadalupe River. This crook in the river caught my eye every time we passed it and I became slightly obsessed with getting there to paint. We determined that morning would be the best time, and went back in earnest on our last day. It was kind of a grand finale for our painting trip.

5 comments:

Pam Holnback said...

I love this one. The "golden" rocks really draw my eye. Wish I could see the hill country in the spring!!

julie davis said...

Lovely, Laurel. I can testify that you were spot-on with this one.....love the way the "red" rocks came out.

Barbara M. said...

How wonderful. A superb painting -- just perfect in every way. Your happiness on the trip comes through here.

XOXOXOXBarbara

Art said...

Really magical. Everything is so inviting... the colors, composition and value shifts. Feels so refreshing. so love watching you paint the seasons of my home town area.

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

"Art" is me - Debbi. Have 2 google accounts. Debbi Smith Rourke and Art Rhythm. Ha! Guess I need to watch how I'm commenting.