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I adore the dusks when the sky is deep pink and the water is lavender with pink 'rivers' in it. And then, when a sailboat comes by and catches a tiny bit of that pink light in its' sail.... perfection!
To my dear friends and relations who think I may have skipped the country: I am buried in my studio, painting big, little, medium sized pieces, I'm just thoroughly enjoying myself and not even bringing the phone with me. Sorry, sometimes I have to do that.
I will give you a sneak peek of a work-in-progress. It's 36x36 inches, and is part of a series....
And if you think this is easy I WELCOME you to come and give it a whirl!
Picture yourself laying on the grass, looking up.....
biggest painting I've ever done. I will hang them on the front porch the week before the Open Studio Tour, in August. Try not to run off the road looking at them... :D
Love the sailboat painting and you have captured that pink that we sometimes see in the sunsets. The blue of the sky is gorgeous! And I probably would run off the road if I saw a porch full of beautiful paintings!ReplyDelete
Adore pink light! What a wonderful painting- you are so lucky to have all that right at your paint brush tips:) And sounds like you are in the painting zone! Can't wait to see what all is coming our way soon!ReplyDelete
Love the placement of the sailboat...the way the sail cuts through the pink sky and brings my eye down the canvas is brilliant! Love it! Your studio tour is going to be fabulous. Can't wait to see pics!ReplyDelete
The perfect time of day!!ReplyDelete
Kelley, every time I visit your blog I love your work more and more. These two pieces - the small and the large - are both very special! Wow!ReplyDelete
I love these sunsets and you have got them down so well. A joy to see these paintings Kelley.ReplyDelete
beautiful drawing on the boat and I'm loving the big sky one!ReplyDelete
Kelley, these are both fabulous! I love the pink sky, and gorgeous clouds! The 36 x36 intimidates me just thinking about it. You are amazing and such an inspiration! Great job on both!ReplyDelete