Tuesday, November 9, 2010


I worked some more on my winter scene. Doing a little more detail work and trying to get things in a proper order so that everything makes some sort of sense.

11 comments:

Michelle said...

Beautiful work, Gary! I love the detail of the snow on the boughs.

Carol Blackburn said...

Mornin' Gary,
I still love it......you haven't changed my last opinion of it. How do you decide when to stop finishing it?

Mary Paquet said...

Gary, this is looking very handsome indeed. Kudos on the Gand Tetons painting. I love that plae and you captured it so well.

Ruby said...

All I can say is 'wow'! Absolutely wonderful. Now I want to head north to my roots!
Thanks for sharing this painting and your process.
I am constantly learning 'from a distance' by what you do.
Perhaps you should initiate a 'from a distance' painting course.....I know I would subscribe immediately.

Regards

hbedrosian said...

Beautiful! I like the contrast of the snow on the trees, and the way you have depicted the light. This makes me look forward to winter.

Barbara Rudolph Fine Art said...

Really nice winter scene, I like it very much and just love the way you painted the snow.

martinealison said...

Travail méticuleux, vos sapins enneigés sont très solennels et je suis enchantée par cette peinture... Bises

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

I'm loving watching this wintry scene evolve Gary. All your works are wonderful, but something about this one really captures my eye!!! :)

DEB said...

Wow! You've been busy! Love all your new work, Gary....This snow - I swear I can feel the chill. I can see my breath!

Pattie Wall said...

Love the latest work! This one would make such a wonderful Holiday card! I just wanted to say that there are some really beautiful places in Wyoming! When we did our trip a few months back, I was so impressed! Got lots of photos and memories!

Paul Coventry-Brown said...

Hi Gary

It's been a while since my last comment and you have been painting up a storm, so many goodies for me to look at and all wonderful :-)
This one reminds me of where I used to live in Nagano in Japan (where it snowed 6 months out of the year!) and you captured that lovely blue shade on the snow so well that brings back so many memories for me.
You are a wonderful painter of nature and doing the amazing scenery of America proud :-)

Cheers
Paul