Saturday, May 3, 2008

Today for Sabbath painting I went to the vale of farms lining Mill Creek just east of town. I was disgruntled when, as per usual, the clouds flitted in and filled the valley about the time church was finished (1:00) and I was thinking about heading out. The clouds behaved well for me and helped light my 3 small paintings in a cozy, rainy day fashion. I am happy with them all. 'Nuff said.

5 comments:

Grad School Nothing said...

Every time I see you post new watercolors, it seems as though you are getting better and better. Well done this time, as well. Looks good. I particularly like the power line painting.

swinte said...

Very nice! I took the liberty of showing off one of your previously posted paintings to an artist I work with. He thought it was definitely good enough to do a show in town.

CëRïSë said...

I like the power line painting, too; in the thumbnail it could be a photograph. You're inspiring--you make me feel like I should get out and paint more!

CëRïSë said...

(And by "more," I mean at all. It's been since Christmas, and that was the first time in years. Sigh.)

Josh said...

Everyone always beats me to the punch. I can agree, I suppose, rather than comment. Very nice. There is a nice conviction in the way you do those wispy limbs coming into the top left of the painting center.