Thursday, March 31, 2011

Abandoned Dock 2


Abandoned Dock 2, L. Daniel, 18 x 36

This is one of my favorite places. It's one of the first sights I see upon arrival at the Georgia coast; a sight that causes all those feelings of excitement that come with beach vacations and long anticipated getaways. It never ceases to inspire.

Available in my upcoming show at the Davis Gallery.
Please visit my website for a preview of all my paintings in the exhibit.
Read a review of my show in American Art Collector April issue (p. 104).

8 comments:

njart73 said...

Hi Laurel,
I have been enjoying your landscape paintings and wanted to congratulate you on the article in American Art Review. I think that this magazine and its sister publication Western Art Review are two of the best out there. Good luck with your exhibition at the Davis Gallery

NJ ART 73

Denise Rose said...

Laurel, I am just so excited for you about the article and your show! Your work is always so wonderful and inspirational to me and others and I wish you the best in your show at Davis Gallery!

Stephanie Berry said...

Lovely scene. I love the marsh study too.

Randall Cogburn said...

Oh Wow, the scene looks awesome I know excactly why you wanted to do this. Your trade marks trees make it the best and the dock is spot on perfect color. Got to love those greens. Nice work

~Kirby

Nancy Colella said...

Congratulations! Well deserved! Thanks for sharing the great photos. Would love to meet all those cool looking artist friends of yours.

Marla said...

Oh I love the tree colors. Did you do a nighttime version of this dock? It seems familiar - funny when you can recognize other people's vacation scenes!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I'd love to explore the Georgia coast. You do trees so well, Laurel.

Gloria said...

Hi Laurel,
I enjoy your beautiful paintings. I would love to put your blog link on my blog if that would be fine with you.

Gloria J Zucaro