I don't consider myself any kind of landscape artist. In fact, if I paint anything without a building in it my wife is shocked. But I do consider he role of landscape as a supporting factor to the buildings I love to paint. The scene around the buildings lends insight to the viewer as to what environment they exist in. This painting is as close as I have come to a landscape.
what a great perspective, this is wonderful. The bold colors really work! Val
It's lovely, Old Paint! Nary a building to be seen, 'cept for the bridge, if that counts. Is it watercolor?
Is there anything else?
Just kidding. Like Frank Webb said in an interview with American Artist Magazine, "While you are young or just starting, get breadth of experience with all media and all 'isms.' Later on, when you have choices, concentrateon a chosen medium." I did, I have, I am. And I love life in watercolor.
I like the atmosphere and how you painted the sky.
It's an enjoyable painting to see.
I really like the colors you have chosen. When I first looked at this painting, the perspective on the upper right body of water seemed to be off. I have to agree with your wife it is shocking to see one of your paintings without a slanted roof. No buildings but still a wonderful painting
I just received my Jan. issue of A.A. On page 9, I thought WOW, Old Paint has made it to the top winning in Hawaii...
but then, I saw where you didn't. I was dissapointed but , for a second there, it was you!
It sure looks like you painted this one in oil though!
I'll check it out.
You did a beautiful job OP - I like this very much! :)
Well, I received my Feb. issue of AA. Surely OP, you have your Jan. issue by now?
Ya, I checked that out. I didn't see it. but I appreciate the fact you would think I'm on the level.
I am very happy to see this
painting you have chosen wonderful color combination which looks very beautiful.
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