Wednesday, July 20, 2011

BOEDECKER  BUTTE
15"x30" Goauche Watercolor Painting
A view from north of Dubois, Wyoming
gkeimig@dteworld.com

10 comments:

martinealison said...

Je suis toujours très impressionnée par la belle et généreuse lumière qui illumine vos montagnes...
Cette peinture, de par son format, reflète parfaitement l'étendue de l'espace... Très jolie atmosphère.
Gros bisous.

rahina q.h. said...

beautiful composition... this one must surely get first in a future show!

Linda Young said...

Very nice Gary; the sagebrush in the foreground remind me so much of the terrain around Laramie.

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Dors said...

WOW Great work Gary. The trees and foreground must have almost driven you crazy. LOL so much detail . It's Brilliant.

Maria's Watercolor said...

Congrats on your success, this is wonderful, really love your watercolor work.

AutumnLeaves said...

Your wide foundations are just perfection for these expansive and oh so gorgeous vistas you paint, Gary. I love them!

Gary Keimig said...

Thanks all for the kind comments.
The painting actually was one of those that really flowed together very nicely. Wish all of them would do so.

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

I agree, the composition seems perfect! Wonderful painting!

Teresa Mallen said...

This is all round a fantastic piece, composition, style, palette. When I find a work that I just want to keep looking at, that's something! :-) Congrats on the success mentioned in the last post. Not everyone can place in competitions using two different media. Well done!

Barbara Goodsitt said...

This is a beautiful landscape painting! Thanks for sharing it.