Thursday, February 2, 2012

Rock Creek, fly fishing, Moldy Chum and red sleeves

Rock Creek   10" x 8"   oil on panel
Today my work was featured on Moldy Chum :) ... and , I know what you're thinking.... "uh, Mary are you sure this is a good thing?!?" Well, the answer is definitely "yes!"  If you are into fly fishing, you will know that they are a 'go to site' for fly fishermen and women. They're fascinating and information filled place to see and read about the subject. This painting is from Rock Creek in Montana and the red sleeves  were the visual excitement used against the landscape. Also, the light plays a big role too and I had a lot of fun with it.
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10 comments:

  1. Congrats on being featured on Moldy Chum, that says a lot about your wonderful paintings.

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  2. That is a really nice feature article! Congratulations!

    I like how you painted the shadow behind this fisherman, and then the way he is in the light, with all the light on the water. You do water so well!

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  3. Beautifully painted, Mary!! Love the colors you used on the water which is "outstanding"! and the fisherman!!! Congratulations on your work being featured in Moldy Chum! I can see why!!

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  4. You said it ! The light and the red sleeves are first thing that meets the eye... so beautifully painted. And congrats on the 'Moldy Chum' featuring!

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  5. Congratulations on the having your beautiful painting featured in "Moldy Chum!"

    Just love all your work!

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  6. You use such an amazing palette Mary, the paintings breathe life even online. .

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  7. I love this piece Mary! Excellent!

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  8. A pleasure to look at. Made me relax and enjoy the moment. Your water is especially amazing

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  9. Love the way you handle water. The sunlite fisherman against the dark really pulls you into the painting.

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