Saturday, January 29, 2011

Row of Trees in the Snow


11x14 Watercolor. Another painting from a photo taken at the Gull Haven Golf course.

Happy Painting.

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful Joan! The trees look wonderful.. I also love "First Rose of Winter".

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  2. Hi my friend.
    This is absolutely beautiful. I wish I could paint like this in watercolours. Now do it in Oils, go on. It`s a lovely painting Joan, well done. All the bst.
    Vic.

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  3. SO BEAUTIFUL, JOAN -- WONDERFUL WARM AND COOL HERE!

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  4. Beautiful. Your colors are absolutely wonderful

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  5. Hi Hilda,

    I thank you. Your comments and visits to my blog are so appreciated.

    All the best to you
    Joan

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  6. Hi Vic,

    You my friend is quite capable of painting in any medium. Thank you for the compliment. Yes, my first love is oil, but just can't stay away from watercolor.

    All the best to you
    Joan

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  7. Hi Lin,

    Thank you for noticing the change from cools to warm. Couldn't resist not adding the ochre and sienna in this one.

    Have a great day.
    Joan

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  8. Dear Becky,

    Thank you so much for the visit and the very nice compliment. I appreciate your visit.

    All the best to you
    Joan

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  9. A lovely painting. Looks like it would be difficult to find a big slice there. Better stay in fairway.

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  10. Joan sorry to hear you are closing you watercolor blog, I know it is a lot of work. Thats OK because I follow them both anyway :) Love this one your trees are fantastic.

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  11. Hi Bill over at wordpress.

    Thank you so much for your visit and very kind comment. Your work is amazing.

    All the best to you
    Joan

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  12. Hi Krista,

    Thank you for following me on this blog, and thank you for you kind words. I will be visiting you later. Love you ornament. I can see you are enjoying acrylics.

    All the best to you
    Joan

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