Saturday, October 23, 2010


I have continued adding to my painting working today on the trees to the left and adding the deer onto the grass islands.

10 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

It's coming along beautifully, Gary. I love seeing your process. Thanks for posting.

Barbara Rudolph Fine Art said...

Looks great, I look forward to seeing the finished piece.

Ruby said...

Love the blending of the blues and greens....you've given such a peaceful and restful feeling to this canvas.

Thanks for allowing us to follow your process.

Regards

rahina q.h. said...

Gary you are probably one of the most prolific painters i know! i am amazed at teh speed at which you turn out these canvases and they aren't small either;) looking forward to seeing how this one develops because it is looking good.

Dors said...

I have missed a few of your recent works. I have had a forced break.
Back now and hope to catch up on all your work.

Wonderful start to this piece. Once again into those lovely blues.

SKIZO said...

It’s always a pleasure
to see such a Wonderful Work
good creations

Kathryn Grider said...

This is going to be a beautiful painting Gary! I enjoy watching your process, as well.

Bonnie Heather said...

You're making the scene come alive for me. It makes me want to travel again but today I get to paint. :)

Amy said...

How I miss Wyoming!
Mr. Keimig, you won't remember me, but I met you about 25 years ago during one of my father's trips where he brought the family along. I remember meeting you and how I wanted a piece of your art and all I could afford was a small postcard of a mama 'cat and two kittens. But you generously signed it for me. It has been mounted and framed and I have kept it all these years.
I have had several trips to WY through the years, the last of which was in 2004 to bring my father to Dubois (and the Black Bear Inn) to say farewell to his friends there before he passed.
I am glad to have found your blog. The paintings bring back such a yearning for the land which holds such a deep place in my heart.

Celeste Bergin said...

always fun to watch the progress!