Lovely. Really like the blue of the water. So cool and inviting.
Dear Virginia, Thank you so much for the visit and lovely comment. All the best to you, Joan
Beautifully painted, Joan. I love the looseness in this painting...wonderful colors in the water...Another winner!!!
Hi Hilda, Thank you my friend. Can't wait to get back out there to paint.All the best to you, Joan
Ditto to what Hilda says Joan. But your trees are fantastic and loose. Colouring brilliant. well done my friend. All the best.Vic.
Hello my friend, I thank you so much for all the support that you have given me since we started blogging. I look forward to your next post.All the best to you,Joan
Lovely painting Joan. Everybody is right about those trees. They are very well done. I'm taking a very close look having started my own very first landscape with a distant horizon in oils. Before yesterday, acrylics. The painting life changes when you change mediums. I've learned something from you today. Thanks.
Hi Linda, Thank you so much. I feel the same way, every time I switch to a different medium, or board, or canvas or whatever. It's a new ball game. I am sure you won't have a problem, you are a very talented lady. All the best to you, Joan
I can only agree with the others Joan, this is a lovely loose painting and those trees are great. This is a beautiful peaceful scene that is very inviting. Great work.
Hi John, Thank you so much for the visit and lovely comment. Just noticed you are not on my side bar, you are in my other blog. Must move you back to this blog, that is the only way I know of seeing your latest post.All the best to yu, Joan
Great atmosphere, Joan. I love the palette selection, it shout your name laud and clear. :0)
Thank you so much John, must admit, never know which palette to choose. Sometimes, I think just the primary color and white is the best way for me. all the best with your paintings, love your easel. Joan