Thursday, July 1, 2010

HORSE CREEK SPRING 16"x24" Oil Painting is now finished.
I have been spending some time in the mountains and it is about time to get back to painting so I have finished this started piece and have done several of my Painting-a-Days. Dustin Stephenson, our gallery Potter is in the gallery throwing pots and he and I spent the morning wildlife watching and will do more tomorrow at 5 A M Then it is back to the gallery for more painting and pot throwing.http://www.blogger.com/www.silversagegallery.com
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12 comments:

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Beautiful, but BRRRR!

suzanneberry said...

I envy your life, your surroundings and your incredible gift. Simply beautiful, I can hear the water running. Enjoy the weekend.

Dors said...

Great to see Horse Creek Spring finished. Love it. Great work as always Gary.
Oh what a wonderful life.... seeing all the great wildlife and photographing them. just awesome.
Have fun...

Karen said...

Lovely work Gary.

Colette Theriault said...

Very nice Gary!! I can really relate to the scenery you just painted as we have snow on the ground for about 7 months of the year here!

Vern Schwarz said...

Gary this is great. I'm sitting in an 82F house with no air conditioning right now, so you can well imagine how refreshing this looks to me.

Robin Roberts said...

awesome! even better that it's 100%humidity and 100degrees here in the south, so that cooling effect is oozing out your painting.

Marian Fortunati said...

This is really fabulous!!

The mountain time has inspired you.

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

A beautiful painting Gary - I especially love all the long shadows and the lighting - they create such a wonderful atmosphere!!!

Rosemary said...

Beautiful painting - you can just imagine how refreshing this scene is as I'm looking at it here in South Florida! Love the movement in that icy water and the way the sun is trying to peek through the long shadows!

mary maxam said...

I feel enveloped by these beautiful cool shadows, really nice Gary

Teresa said...

This is beautiful, Gary. What a great job you did on the water, and the shadows on the snow are just perfect!