Friday, April 3, 2009

I finally got back to this painting this afternoon and worked on the deer quite a bit as well as working on the darks and lights of the grass. Also added more evergreen in the back. Finally getting to look like something.

5 comments:

pencilportraits said...

Hi Gary, I've not come across your blog before or I'd have followed it already, love the deer and your images are wonderful. I've added you to my blog roll and I now follow you!!! I'll be back for more.

Gary Keimig said...

Thanks. I gladly issue out some of my photography and have loads of it of Rocky Mountain wildlife. I have for about 5 years done a photo-essay project that I have sent out to friends and family and have found that it has passed on to others and has now traveled world wide. It is fun to receive messages from folks I have never heard of. Certainly has made the world smaller and fun to share what I feel is so important as to wildlife and habitats. Anyway, I have begun this year to put that project into a blog accessed through my favorite websites, Outdoor Adventures. Please check it out and would love to hear your comments on it.
God bless,

Jene said...

Hi Uncle Gary~
Your paintings are beautiful...all of them!!

Tatiana said...

The birches are tall, beautiful, lanky and proud here. Lovely.
thank you for your comments on my blog as well!

David Patterson said...

Beautiful work Gary!