Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Plein Air Painting


Wind-blown Aspen
8 x 10
Oil on Panel

Spring is in full swing and it is glorious! The birds are all so busy they simply don’t know which way to run and the choir of mating frogs in our backyard has been a wonderfully lascivious concert that’s come to an end now that they’d done their job and created hundreds of tadpoles.

The last couple of weeks have had me outside doing some studies of beautiful Alberta. Painting outdoors is always a challenging event and last week was no exception with a relentless and gusty wind. This little study features the ubiquitous aspens of western Canada bending in that wind.

I was recently a finalist in Canadian Brushstroke magazine’s still life competition for my painting Tipsy. To sign up for this FREE Canadian art magazine go to http://www.brushstrokemagazine.com

3 comments:

michelle said...

From a fellow artist who works and plays at art, you do lovely work.

africantapestry said...

congratualtions for being a finalist! I would love to see Tipsy, but can't open your link?
ronell

Ambera said...

Simple and sooo beautiful. Love your Plein air work!