Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Lieper's Fork Fall by Nancy Rhodes Harper

One of my most favorite places to visit is Leiper's Fork, Tn. From the beautiful Leiper's Creek Gallery to Pucket's Grocery Store to the houses field creek everything. I love it and it is magic in the fall. this is a yellow house in the little village. 6x6 oil on hardboard ©2011 $100 plus s/h Available at Daily Paintworks. Thanks for looking!!

8 comments:

Kathy Cousart said...

The most yummy soft light yellows against the bit darker colors. This is wonderful. Love the brushwork. Lieper's Fork sounds like a wonderful place. We have to meet at some point and paint together:)

Virginia Floyd said...

Luscious brushwork!

Susan Roux said...

This would be so striking large! I love the color and the light you captured. It's easy to see you're passionate about this place.

georgia mansur said...

This is so nice Nancy~ you have captured that area well. I remember Puckett's Grocery Store~ what a classic!! It was straight out of the movies, such a cool little place. They also had a special cooker going out the front making their famous Barbecue! The aroma was tantalisingly delicious. : D Lori and I took a photo in front of the Beverley Hillbillies open top car and Barney Five's cop car~ such an interesting area and beautiful scenery in that part of the world!

DMannion said...

Beautiful work... you captured the atmosphere and light, Nancy.

Sharon Rose Smith said...

So, this is whatis meant by make every stroke count-beautiful painting!

Marie Theron said...

How sunny! Nancy, I am following your blog now!

n. rhodes harper said...

thanks so much for all of your kind comments. It means so much to have you stop by.