Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Gor a lot of painting time in at the Gallery today what with a raging snow storm going it was pretty quiet and so with the wood stove blazing away I began this 15"x30" Oil Painting on Masonite depicting the East Fork Valley NE of Dubois, Wyoming. Getting a number of things going for an upcoming show and have had this in mind for a while.

5 comments:

martinealison said...

Magnifique que ce paysage que vous avez peint. Il y a une telle profondeur... belle harmonie de couleurs...
La photo de votre studio plus bas... Mon dieu quelle neige... En France cette année nous avons été gâtés. L'hiver n'avait jamais été aussi rude depuis des années et il s'éternise un peu trop je trouve...
Amitiés.

AutumnLeaves said...

Just another beautiful rendering of our great wilderness areas. Lovely, Gary.

Rosemary said...

Lovely, lovely painting of scenery I hope to see someday! Beautiful bright palette and such a contrast to what you were seeing outside! As I am tucked away in my air-conditioned studio in south Florida, it's almost impossible for me to imagine your snow in May! So pretty!

Samantha said...

Gary,
What an AMAZING surprize to look at my blog and see the comment you left...only to realize that YES- my husband and I have visited the Silver Sage at least twice! I went to the Silver Sage Website and we both automatically recognized these incredible paintings(only to find out YOU were the artist!)
We have an incredible attraction to Wyoming...Dubois is ALWAYS one of our favorite stops! (We get such a kick out of the 4-wheelers parked on the side of the road in town- one with a black lab watching over it!)
I am following your numerous blogs...to get as much of the feel of Wyoming as I can! I am looking forward to following your beautiful pieces of artwork as well!

rahina q.h. said...

this is looking great Gary and the image of the wood stove and painting, just sounds so good:)