Sharing my paintings, my thoughts, and my progress as an artist.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
New Brunswick, Canada
9.5" x 13" oil on board
The Virtual Paintout has traveled to New Brunswick, Canada for the month of November, and I stopped to paint this lovely stand of trees. They seemed to be in harmony with this autumn season. It seems like I could have been standing out there on the roadside painting just yesterday. You can purchase this piece by clicing on the Paypal "Buy Now" button on your left. To see more of my paintings, please visit my Gallery page at The Daily Paintworks.
Sadly, it comes - the finish of another summer. Bright, beautiful days come to an end and autumn takes over. The tomatoes and zucchini finish up, winter greens begin to grow, leaves turn color and fall, the seasons move on. Not being a "fall" person, it took a few years to paint this one. I'd work on it a while, then put it away in favor of the winter still-lifes. Then, as the next summer ended I would pick it up and work on it some more. Always, as I painted it, this song stuck in my head. It's from Richard Strauss' Four Last Songs, called "September". I know, it's past September now - past Halloween, but it seems to fit this painting. It is beautiful music. Listen, and see if it doesn't just fit the mood of this piece.
On another note, I had the honor recently of being selected as the Women's Press Artist of the week. They chose a nice spring picture, which I thought contrasted nicely with our current season. Thank you, Sonia Paz Baronvine-Silva for choosing my artwork.
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