Saturday, July 10, 2010

Creek Stop (enlarged)

Creek Stop, L. Daniel, 20 x 24
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This is a larger version of one of my field studies from Georgia. This marshland and creek is behind some ruins of an old estate on Cumberland Island. The whole island is a state park now and a herd of wild horses lives and runs free there. Pretty cool. It's a beautiful place.

9 comments:

sarah meredith said...

These are beautiful landscapes - I am happy to have discovered your blog!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

It's beautiful and for those of us who don't live in Texas, you're giving us a nice tour of all the beauty there.
Wild horses running free is very cool.

SamArtDog said...

I love how your paintings often read well as abstracts.

Martyn Chamberlin said...

You know, I'm subscribed to roughly 30 art blogs at the moment but this one is consistently better than the majority of them. You're colors and strokes are masterful! This work is no exception.

Marian Fortunati said...

Laure... I don't know how to say things any differently... Your work is consistently wonderful... I love your color combinations and the way you compose them...

Stephen Parker said...

My, you are on a roll. The colors and composition are exquisite. What's most amazing to me, though, is that the brush quality doesn't change a bit from your 6 x 8's to 20 x 24's.

Barbara M. said...

Superb Laurel,

Just an amazing painting.

XOXOXOXOXBarbara

susan hong-sammons said...

Excellent painting! Love the view. Your play with large masses works with power

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

love the colors and BIG clounds in this painting! It feels like summer!