Monday, July 5, 2010

Pemaquid Rocks, 11x14, oil


$150 & $10 S&ampH
These finger-like slabs of ancient rocks are made up of all types of stone squashed together during the last glacier.  I loved seeing the colors within.  This was done perched on a slab of stone across a tiny cove.  Any move could've sent me and my gear down onto the rocks in the water.  So I was VEEERRY careful.  Hope you're all enjoying family and fun this weekend....
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6 comments:

  1. Nicely done, Kelley. Love the Maine rocks. Brave soul!!!

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  2. Lovely shapes,and so rounded with time! They are nice to sit on, I suppose?

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  3. I think this is my favorite from your trip so far, we'll see what else you have up your sleeve. I can just imagine you balancing you and all your stuff on the rocks.

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  4. Really nice! This trip must have been wonderful! I just love seeing how much you accomplished, very impressive!

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  5. Good work here. These are very hard to paint convincingly.

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  6. I like everything about this painting. You handled the rocks so convincingly. The color is really nice too.

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