Friday, July 8, 2016

Swirling Sky - Plein Air Magazine Photo Essay

Swirling Sky, 12 x 9, oil on panel, L. Daniel © 2016
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Sorry to have disappeared for the last two months... I have been off traveling and visiting with family, and having a grand old time!!! More to come on that! 

Meanwhile, I am thrilled to share that my plein air painting "Swirling Sky" was published in a photo essay in the June/July issue of Plein Air Magazine. The essay, entitled "The Many Moods of Clouds" by John D. Cogan, is illustrated with the works of 18 distinguished landscape painters, and I am honored to be included. If you receive the magazine, check it out on page 21! Thank you, Plein Air Magazine!


4 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

GREAT NEWS! AWESOME work!

Diane Morgan said...

Great piece.

World History said...

Pavel Tretyakov (December 27, 1832 – December 4, 1898) was a famous Russian art collector. In 1856, Tretyakov, a Moscow merchant, acquired the first paintings in his collection. Today the collection numbers 140 000 works, making it Russia’s largest anthology of national art.

Marilyn Flanegan said...

Congratulations Laurel. Your many hours of observation and study make for exceptional (and seemingly effortless) paintings - of course you were included in John D. Cogan's article in Plein Air Magazine.
: )
Well-deserved Laurel and welcome home!