Monday, January 16, 2012

Further In

Further In, L. Daniel, 8 x 6, SOLD


This is the first of a little series of woodland trails. I kind of got hooked on the color combination and just couldn't get enough. It seems to aptly convey the dappled light and quiet mystery of the forest. Stay tuned - more coming. :)


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14 comments:

Nancy Colella said...

Oh yes! That cool purple path against that yellow light is just magic. So refreshing compared to all this grey gloomy light we have in NE right now.

Ann Rogers said...

Lovely color combination, glad you got hooked on this one! Been meaning to congratulate you on your recent win in the PASW associate online show. Such beautiful works, well deserved! Hope to see you in Dallas in April.

Amy said...

I really love how you handle the bits of light streaming through the tree branches! I study your paintings every time I see this type of backlighting. It's very difficult to get it right and you nail it every time!!

Marilyn Flanegan said...

Oh to be able to stroll through one of your paintings, Laurel. Looking forward to your series! Is this Lady Bird's trail?

: )

Tina Besecker Marohn said...

Very nice. I really like the color combination and harmony. It makes me want to continue on the path...

jennifer woodburn said...

Gorgeous - just makes me want to walk down that path!

Carol Marine said...

Absolutely brilliant, Laurel!! You make trees look so easy.

Jean-Baptiste Pelardon said...

Such a nice brush work on the negative spaces!

Paula Ann Ford said...

Lovely piece!!

Stephanie Berry said...

Really lovely--love the green-pinks combo. Hope you're doing well.

Barbara M. said...

This is exciting. Pink path, sunlight green. Wonderful.

XOXOXOXOXOXOXOBarbara

Diane Klock said...

Nice painting Laurel it just draws you in. It is so peaceful, one you can look at for a long time. Love it.

gfmpainting said...

Wow great mixing of colors i like this very much.
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Randall Cogburn said...

Looking good. Makes me want to get out and paint some woods.

~Kirby