Monday, August 23, 2010

Lake Light

Lake Light, L. Daniel, 6 x 8, SOLD

Light reflecting on the lake has a special quality all its own. This particular morning was especially still and the light absolutely shimmered off the shore. This peninsula marks the opening to the cove across from Westlake Beach on Lake Austin.

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8 comments:

Ruth Andre said...

This painting is so lovely. Love reading your copy about the location and the time of day.

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

Just love your muted tones. What a special place. This painting is scrumptious! Love your water paintings.

Martyn Chamberlin said...

As usual, an incredible job. Amazing how you managed blue and yellow in the sky with minimal green. Fantastic!

Chris De Dier said...

Masterly observation and use of color. I can feel the temperature, humidity degree and hear that particular silence at that time of a summerday.

Dusty Pines said...

that gentle golden glow in the clouds & in the light of the whole paining is just wonderful - delightful - thank you!

Layne Cook said...

I just discovered you through Carol Marine's links. I'm very impressed with your work. As a fan of the simple statement, I love it when an artist says what he(she) has to say with minimal information. You do it very well. I'll be watching your work!

Randall Cogburn said...

Nice, is this backlighting? I like backlighting and trying to get color into it. I don't remember too much about Lake Austin, but Lake travis has a ton of scenery, lots of steep roads next to beutiful houses outlooking the Lake. I wish I was there.

~Kirby

Karen Werner said...

Beautiful and serene. You capture the feel every time. You're amazing.