Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Rushing water - SOLD

Today I painted from a photo I took when we went to Scotland a few years ago. I have wanted to do more plein air daily paintings but the weather has been cold and/or rainy. Hence the photo. I find painting landscape in oils a huge challenge. My comfort with plein air painting is with acrylics, which I will be getting back to next week when things (hopefully) warm up and dry out ; ).
6" x 6" / oil on archival panel / $100 (includes free shipping worldwide)

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is a beauty!
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Catharine Fairchild said...

Wonderful!! There's a beautiful feeling to this painting!

Mary Anne Cary said...

This is nice Kim, I like how the water came out. I know what you mean about the weather, the same here. It's annoying to see all these other parts of the country warm, I want it now, darn it!!! If you get some, send it this way, please!

Dave Froude said...

Well the challenge looks to have paid off for you this is a great painting. Nice lighting and I like how you handled the water.

The weather man says it suppose to turn around by the weekend here so next week my work out for you, I have been tinkering with going outside and leaving the confines of my studio, but it seems so scary. ;)

JanettMarie said...

Nice painting. I like it!

Celeste Bergin said...

whoa! this is one of my new favorites of yours now....It has a quality to it, not unlike the famous Canadian painters. Like the Group of Seven. Bold and beauuutiful

SKIZO said...

AWonderfulWork

Catherine Jeffrey said...

Lots of energy, great brush strokes! If you come out this way for plein air, let me know!

mary maxam said...

Great lead in, with this clear clear brushwork. really well done

claire christinel said...

Very nice piece Kim. Love the loose energetic brushstrokes.

victoria eugenia said...

Magnificas pinturas!!!! Saludos.

Tammy Watt said...

Hello my friend! You never stop amazing me and continue to inspire me. Our show on the weekend went well - thanks for your thoughts. I'm enjoying your work from Scotland...simply lovely!! Have you finished your piece for the show, Response for Japan - can I see it? Talk to you soon.
Tammy