Tuesday, February 16, 2010


I had intended on getting to work on my Deer drawing for the painting we have been talking about but after a Clinic visit this morning with the anti-biotics they put me on I just didn't feel up to something like that which takes a lot of perseverance to get the drawings right-so I piddled around on this all afternoon and have finished my water and the back brush a little. Even more leaf structure in the trees.

9 comments:

hbedrosian said...

What beautiful colors in the water, and incredibly lifelike leaf detail!

Jill Berry said...

Interesting land mass
& great reflective surface!

Dors said...

Amazing Garry. Love it and the water is awesome. Very 3D. amazing job.

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Gregory Becker said...

This is extraordinary. I love how you have taken notice of the way light can create a composition all its' own. The way the light breaks between the trees and their reflection is interesting. It creates a good interaction between the viewer and the painting.
Superb illusion.

AutumnLeaves said...

Great color shifts in the water work, Gary. You can tell both shallower water on the right side, and the direction of the sunlight with the shadows and color changes. Lovely!

Robin Roberts said...

oooooh ahhhhh I feel better just gazing at your scene and the way you handled it,especially the water. So I hope you feel better soon

Judy P. said...

Beautiful handling of light in the water, such of sense of being there!
I hate antibiotics too- it does the job, but really disrupts the body balance.

L.Holm said...

Truly extraordinary, Gary. How large is this?
Hope you feel better soon.

maria kovalenko leysens said...

I thought this was a photograph... Beautiful colors, values...