Saturday, November 8, 2008

Blustery

Different Strokes From Different Folks Blog

A fun challenge for the weekly Different Strokes Blog Go over and check it out. 6x6 oil. 2008.

8 comments:

Edward Burton said...

Nice one, Nancy! Great composition and nice loose brushwork.

Robin said...

Nancy - this one is tops!Wow!

Camille LaRue Olsen said...

I definitely see the joy in your painting, especially in the woman's coat, the strokes just draw me in and I love the way you backlit them. Beautiful.

Mary Spires said...

Hey Girl, love your brush work in this one....finally made it to Florida, Carol's workshop was wonderful (I missed you smiling face, maybe next year)...Started teaching last week so my schedule is back to normal...how about coming on down for a visit this winter???

n. rhodes harper said...

Thanks everyone so much. I had fun with this piece. I love backlighting and I have found the perfect colot to mis for it. Hansa Yellow Orange added to white. It glows. Edward, you are too kind, thank you. Robin, coming from you, I am honored. Thank you Camille I appreciate your comments so much. Mary, I miss you, I will be in touch.

Keith Black said...

Great work. I love it.

Charlie Don't Surf said...

This painting reminds me of a brisk, wintry day in Seattle. The colors "glow" with warmth; the brush strokes dance in the wind; while the shadows cast a bone-chilling reminder that winter has indeed arrived. Great work... Aunt Nancy!

n. rhodes harper said...

What a surprise Charlie er uh Spicoli er uh shark boy! Thanks for visiting. I hope you are doing well. I love you. Aunt Fancy