Sunday, October 2, 2011

Montana Meadow



Montana Meadow   11"x14"  oil on linen panel
Sometimes, when standing in front of a very simple landscape, it's a puzzle to focus on what drew my eye initially. Here, I wanted to use loose brushwork to convey the sweep of color and emphasize movement in the limbs as well. A very simple idea that I hope conveys a quiet place.
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7 comments:

SUSAN RODEN said...

Lovely Mary! The sweep of pink just pops against the green foliage.

Leslie Saeta said...

Simply stunning! Love this.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

OH! This is so inviting! Yup what Leslie and Susan said! And I THINK I told you that I included you on my list of 'blogs to watch' for my Blogging Workshop last week - if not - sorry, but I did!

Dana Cooper said...

You did it in your usual stunning way, it's beautiful!

Dewberry Fine Art said...

Oh Mary! You got it. Love trees too.

Angela said...

Wow the pink works well against the green background.

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