Monday, July 20, 2009

I think I have pretty well finished this painting. After photographing it I can see a few bugs to iron out but it is essentially done. Horse Creek 16"x20" Oil Painting

13 comments:

rahina qh said...

it's beautiful Gary, wonderful blues.. are you talking about real bugs?

Tatiana Myers said...

Garry, it is fantastic! One of my own vary favorite subjects, BTW. I just so limited with time to paint right now. OMG, hope it will change soon. Congrats on a great job!

Robin Roberts said...

ooooo wind - water - skies - I am just getting lost in these latest paintings!

Christine said...

Beautiful! I love especially how you painted the water.

pencilportraits said...

wow, Gary I cannot think of words worthy of describing this, it is simply beautiful

debwardart said...

Just took the time to look through some of your latest entries - you do wonderful work. Silly me, I thought a "quick draw" was you and your pardner in the middle of the street pulling toy guns on each other - wondered why that would take an hour to do!!! Loved the landscape you had posted.
Seeing the folks surrounding the sculpture gardens tells me you are blessed to live in an area that is so supportive of the arts - and that there are a lot of talented artists in your area - like you!

Colette Theriault said...

What a serene scene Gary. That's amazing!!

RHCarpenter said...

There may be real bugs IN that landscape but not on it - beautiful composition and colors and makes me hear rushing water :)

Gary Keimig said...

thank you all. No. No bugs in the painting but several fix ups that I will get to doing. Mostly as seen by only the artist.

Arti said...

Brilliant painting, Gary...the subject is wonderful and the interpretation is even better!

Gary Keimig said...

Thank you all. Next to doing skies I probably love doing water as a subject more than anything else.

Wil said...

You certainly have a knack for pulling off water. Well done!

sam said...

Great job Gary, your attention to detail is fantastic!