Three more winter fields – sometimes it’s all about simplicity.
Imaging myself as a bird in a tree, surrounded by so much brilliant yellow, what joy!
On the other hand, stepping back to admire crimson leaves and bare twigs against a cobalt sky, what could be more beautiful? I’m glad I don’t have to choose either or……far or near. Enjoy!
I think of my little paintings as haikus – so much to concentrate into a few square inches, and so much I want to say about October – that splendid month!. Enjoy.
There are so many paths to choose, and this one never disappoints. Light after snow is amplified by the glitter of snow blown from the branches. Enjoy. Details below.
I’m pleased to announce that eight of my large pondscapes form the Inaugural Exhibit at the Brook House Exhibiting Artists Program. My emissaries of autumn look happy in their new (temporary) home!
Not in the pictures….
The mornings are so bright after a snowfall. This painting is from another of my favorite places – a walk past old fields eventually leading into the woods. Not notable in ordinary terms, but extraordinarily magical after a good storm. Enjoy.
It’s shortly after a heavy snowfall, but you can tell the strong sun is already starting to melt the snow with a sheen of meltwater on the cow pond. A slight wafting breeze is knocking snow from some branches. This is winter at its best, white AND warm enough to enjoy! Details below.