Tuesday, July 9, 2013

At the Bottom of the Road



















A post at last! I've been painting every day except for a great week in Montana,
but the figures I had been working on weren't working out. Montana's views,  
big skies and constantly changing weather talked me into shifting to landscapes.
 

7 comments:

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I like this one a lot. You are succeeding in your goal for a more interesting surface texture and your skills as an artist are always evident. lovely!

LS Nelson said...

I want to walk toward that barn, check out the fence configuration on the way, and breathe in the scent of new - or old hay. All I wanted to do was have a cup of coffee before I saw this charming landscape!

hmuxo said...

I have missed your art and so glad you posted! This is absolutely wonderful, Lorraine and just the word "Montana" excites me...LOL I love the State and hope you do some Montana skies soon!!!

Carol Flatt said...

Lorraine, you're alive! I certainly missed you and am glad you're posting again. I always learn so much from you as you work out your process. Love this painting and I'm excited to hear about your efforts in this genre. I have the highest admiration for your investigations into the process of painting. Welcome back!

Virginia Floyd said...

Beautiful, beautiful greens, Lorraine. And I love your lush brushstrokes on the side of the building.

I have been so busy this summer, I am hardly on my computer at all, and not much time to paint, either.
I keep meaning to stop by Hunt gallery to see if any of your work is there.



Karen Werner said...

Super. Great texture and color.

Cath.H.C Photography said...

j'aime beaucoup cette toile 'fraƮche' et belle de jolies couleurs!
cath.