Behind Rexhame Beach in Marshfield, MA, is a marshy, sandy area with beach roses and paths in and around the dunes. I spent some truly wonderful hours there with painter friends this Spring, and enjoyed this little piece of heaven.
Thank you to everyone who came to the Opening at Bella's in Rockland. What a hoot to see our names up in lights! Your support and friendship means the world to me!
What a beautiful landscape. I love the fresh color and the brushwork!ReplyDelete
Geez. That was pleasant to wake up to SPRING! Love that area, especially when it's GREEN! You really captured the essence of it.....Congratulations on such a nice show at Bellas.ReplyDelete
Glad the opening went well and that you sell lots. Your names will be in lights all month!ReplyDelete
Love the clear crisp color of this landscape.
What a nice piece. I really get the feel of being there. Roses at the beach?ReplyDelete
Yeah, Amy, Rosa Rugosa, a wild, intensely fragrant rose - single, usually. Not a 'cutting' rose. Grows wild!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! This has everything. Gorgeous setting, lush gardens, the beach, wonderful way of inviting the viewer into the painting, great colors and composition. Delightful!!ReplyDelete
A little beauty Kelley! The meandering walkway gives such a tranquil peace to the setting.ReplyDelete
Hope the sale went well - sold a lot of donuts and cupcakes Contessa?
I love this piece, Kelley! Those springtime colors and that lovely, loose brushwork, with just a hint of oranges and reds peeking out from behind those greens. Mmmmm, the fragrance of wild roses mixed with sea air ... I'll bet that's just heavenly!ReplyDelete
Kelley, Beautiful and peaceful,just where I'd like to be right now. Your colors are perfect!ReplyDelete
Wonderful piece. Can see why you enjoyed your time there. Hope your "Opening" was successful.ReplyDelete
LOVE the brushwork on the side of the path and the way you blocked in the background - Love you name in lights!!! As it should always be!ReplyDelete