Friday, February 17, 2012

"Not Too Long Now?"


no, spring is not here
yet swelling buds and longer
days tease us with warmth

acrylic on canvas panel
12" X 16"

12 comments:

  1. New painting = nice! New design = nice!

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  2. Yes they do Steve. I just photographed my Dogwood with buds that are growing more prominent each day in this crazy winter we're having. This is a lovely painting. I adore tree forms, but what is outstanding here are your colors, beautiful and unique.

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  3. Hi L.W.Roth
    I shall never tire of painting trees. Their structures are each unique. Color does say a lot-as palettes change and values expand new moods seem to come forth. Thanks for visiting and commenting.
    Well, surprise-winter is back today with high winds, cooler temps. and the threat of snow! (While jonquils are in bloom and cherry trees are showing much pink.)
    Steven

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  4. Adding my compliments. Beautiful painting. I really love the colors.

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    1. Hi Margaret
      Thanks! Adventuring into various color worlds can be a journey into unknown territories as one explores the relationships of hue to hue.
      And thank you for visiting and commenting.
      Steven

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  5. You certainly have a lovely series of trees going. All different but all obviously from the same brush.

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    1. Hi Shirley
      I do tend to explore many "ways" of interpreting what I see and what I want to say. I'm happy that "my" brush is evident in all that I do.
      Trees have it!!! I'll never grow tired of their presence and their attraction.
      Steven

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  6. I very much like the abstract shapes and choices of color. Beautiful painting.

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  7. Love this the blue just woos me in.

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  8. I like this one the shapes and colors giving it an abstract feel to it.

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  9. Oh how I love the broken shapes in this painting and the lovely colors.

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