Monday, January 24, 2011

I am getting close to finishing this one. Another days sittiing and I should about ahve it. I have blocked in with a beginning on detail-the forground. Worked a little more on my trees and thingk I have my lights and darks about set.
RED CANYON COTTONWOODS
18"x24" Oil Painting on Raymar canvas

15 comments:

DennyHollandStudio said...

Fantastic work!

Pattie Wall said...

Love the light filtering in through that canyon! Great Gary!

martinealison said...

Une autre belle toile en perspective... Toujours très productif, dites-moi!
Bisous

Jeremy Elder said...

Wow, I really like this. There is a great sense of depth between the trees and canyon walls. You really pulled off the sunlight transmitted through leaves as well.

Erik said...

Beautiful light in this one Gary!

Celeste Bergin said...

No one gets the fall colors with as much zing as you do!

Art with Liz said...

Even if it's not finished, you can see the beauty of the land and those awesome trees!

AutumnLeaves said...

What a glorious little lea in the mountains. Beautiful sunlight play on the trees, Gary!

Dors said...

Just beautiful. The lovely light and shadow. Love this one and look forward to the finish although it looks finished to me.

Brilliant.

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

I love the contrast of the yellow leaves against the dark background of the mountain,A really great painting.

Mary Paquet said...
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Mary Paquet said...

Pardon the typo! I am having troube with my L on the keypad.

Wow -- love the light patterns and the use of a limited pallete of contrasting colors.

Stan Hughes said...

This is looking very good. Love the use of light and dark shading for contrast.

Kathy said...

Th luminosity is quite striking!! I could stare at this for hours.

Anonymous said...

Am passing by and just love this one so much