I like the soft feeling in this painting. Just lovely!
Hi Joan!... Good for you on this one! A real sense of fall in the colour used here in this one! Lovely iondeed! I could swear this painting was completed at Storring's Bridge here in Canada. Glad you are leaving the plein air paintings be! Turn them to the wall and revisit... if you must a week or two later!Good Painting!Warmest regards,Bruce
Hi Joanie,You really get a feel of the fall season in your painting. Brillant colors and the setting is beautiful. I'm glad the cocoon was helpful.
Hi Joan.Wonderful painting. I`m glad that you are not going to alter your sketches my friend because they are brilliant as they are. It is true what our peers say about plein Air paintings, and that is The best paintings are done plein Air. and yours are no exception. I would say this is one of your best as far as I am concerned. Keep going Joan. All the best.Vic.p.s. Happy birthday my friend.
Hi Linda, Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment is so very appreciated. All the best to you. Joan
Hi Bruce, Once again your words are very encouraging to me. Yes great idea, turning it to the wall. Just did a watercolor study from my sketch. I will be over to visit your blog. Have a great weekend. Joan
Hi Sue, Thank you, I wish you were on Long Island so we could paint plein air together. I will talk to you later. Joanie
Hi Vic, Thank you my friend for the encouragement on my plein air work. I only wish I could get out more often. How about you Vic. I love what you did with your 1hr. quickie, they are great fun. Yours happen to turn out exceptionally well. I'll be looking forward to your next post. All the best to youJoan
Joan, I agree that fresh and direct plein air works like yours should never be retouched. This lovely painting can truly give birth to a large one!
That is really, really nice!
Hi Marie, Thank you, I value your opinion. I am searching for the composition that will work as a larger painting. Thank you for stopping by, I will visit your blog. All the best to you. Joan
Toemailer, Thank you. Joan