I love this one also. The mauves and blue greys with ochres. Wonderful colors. I admire your color "sense". It is something I am always learning.
Thank you very much, Debora.
Wow Casey...this is wonderful!
Thank you, WPoW!
"Good fences make good neighbors." I know yours don't live close by, but they must be great ones.
Sam:Yeah, my hood has good neighbors. But, I see more hawks, owls, coyotes and deer per week than I see peoples.This remnant fence is next to the barn, and has a ramp for loading animals on the truck. Our farm is all in surplus now.
I can get too casual. Assuming it is possible to overdo that good thing, I'd like to reaffirm how much I truly admire your pastel paintings. I of course appreciate all of your generous posts and essays about other artists and their work (okay--specifically Matisse and WK), but I also learn a lot from your own virtuosity. Now, don't let it go to your talented head. ;0)
I appreciate the comment, Sam, and your faithful reading, too.I need the kudos, especially on days when the art doesn't work out. Except that today was one of those days when it did. Whoop!The big head is a deadly thing. Like Andrew Wyeth said: when you get a critique, that is a bad thing. When you get a compliment, that is also a bad thing.Too bad I'm not Andrew Wyeth...
Beautiful colors, like a soft light coming through stained glass -- makes the heart flutter!
On sight? On site? Or perhaps on site, on sight? :)So delicious!!
I got my rock climbing terms mixed up with my painting terms. Oops @-))Thanks, Jala!
A little gem! Beautiful piece, Casey!
I know i'm late to posting here, but this is a little gem indeed! Love the colors and light in this one!!
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