Tuesday, January 7, 2014

The next step...

Here's the progress shot on the painting I posted last Thursday. Getting there. Much to do on the forest floor.
Gosh, it's been cold today. School buses were cancelled on account of severe cold weather. Brr. Hope wherever this finds you you're somewhere comfortable : )


Barbara Muir said...

Wow!(I just sat here and said that.) Amazing how this is developing. I didn't expect the green, and it's such a treat -- almost like a promise.
Woo Hoo!

XOXOXO Barbara

william thomas ternay said...

Ditto that WHOW!
Although your technique is not at all the same, I find these tree/forest paintings very "Wyeth"
like, Kim. In what you choose to paint, and your implied attitude.
The museum housing so much of each the Wyeth's art (N,C.m Andy, his 3 sisters, Jamie, and others of the "Brandywine School") is only about 40 minutes away from my home in PA.
If you are ever in this neck of the U.S., I will host you. And then there is The Barnes Foundation, 15 minutes away.
So much Art, not enough time.

Sandra Busby said...

What a remarkable painting!!There is so much depth to it! SO clever :0)

suzanneberry said...

i just did an out loud WOW!!! this is stunning..going to be, already is an OUTSTANDING work, one of your best and my favorite and it's not even done yet! cannot wait to see it completed.

and thank you Kim, you are too kind!

sheri said...

I love the depth to this painting. I feel like I could walk right into the forest.

P Vincent said...

This painting already has such a Wow factor! It is going to be another beauty.