Friday, July 24, 2009

I had started this gouache watercolor painting at the Museum this past weekend when I was doing a painting demo for the annualk Museum Days. I finished it off yesterday. It is from Double Cabins north of Dubois. Is 12"x20" and I call it Double Cabins Afternoon. http://www.silversagegallery.com/

SOLD

8 comments:

Christine said...

What a gorgeous place this would be to have a little cabin. Excellent work!

Diana Marshall said...

You seem able to paint in acrylic,oil and gouache and switch back and forth quite easily. This is a stunning painting I love the blues in it and your previous post too. Congrats on winning the first place for your miniature painting and getting all that publicity too, must feel good.

James Oh said...

What a gorgeous painting - it is very pleasing my eyes. Keep it up your great work. Thanks for sharing.

Rosemary said...

Exciting the way the light bounces in this one Gary! Lovely painting!
Wish I could visit this place...cool and inviting.

Nancy Medina said...

Gorgeous work, Gary, thanks for your condolences on my tree - we are hoping it will survive since it was just the side.

Arti said...

This is gorgeous, Gary!Really very well done.

christine said...

This is a beautiful painting. I love the little splashes of bright red flowers.

Megha Chhatbar said...

Very well done Gary! I am glad to find your blog. It is a beautiful landscape. The colors are so pleasant.

-Megha
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