Thursday, November 4, 2010

I have been working off and on with this Gouache Watercolor for the past week and think I am pretty well finished with it. I was really intrigued with the sky reflection whcih was such a deep blue contrasting with the purple-orange of the Willows that have now lost their leaves exposing that beautiful winter color of branches.
TORREY CREEK BACKWATER
15"x18" Goauche Watercolor Painting
gkeimig@dteworld.com

11 comments:

Melissa said...

Very nice. I love the contrast also. The colors are so vivid this time of year, my favorite time.

martinealison said...

Très jolie cette peinture aussi et je suis attirée par la forêt au loin... l'entrelacement de vos bouleaux me plaît beaucoup. Beaux reflets dans l'eau...
Bisous

Dors said...

Love it. The beautiful rich colors. Perfect Gary.
I have been a little out of action lately and missed a few of your works. They are great. Mt Moran Beaver Ponds is just totally amazing.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Very striking colors, Gary. An interesting and challenging time to paint landscapes.

rahina q.h. said...

Gary, such wonderful colours! and i especially love that greyish background of trees, just perfect!

Carol Blackburn said...

Hi Gary, I love the look of the evergreens against the bare trees in the background. Enjoy your day.

MariasWatercolor said...

I am mesmerized by the color of the water leading into the picture, I wish I could bring my dog and walk along this creek.

Vicki Greene said...

Beautiful!

Ruby said...

Love the beautiful rich colours of branches and grasses and the backdrop of aspen trunks.

Truly a beautiful spot and wonderful painting!

suzanneberry said...

Stunning color combination and just beautiful!

Karen said...

Beautiful painting :-)