|Barrington River dusk understory|
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Pin ItI have always been fascinated by the complexities of criss crossing branches and how they carve up space. What better time to push those forms to their graphic base then dusk just when the light is fading fast and colors compress to a narrow band on the color wheel. This is a painting from along the Barrington River in winter near my home. I really felt the tiny puzzle shapes of color scattered throughout the images and loved pushing to deep indigos and cyans. the abstract of the colors capture between the slashing branch shapes was fun finding the right mix of related shades.
Monday, April 18, 2011
I did a series of paintings looking upwards into tree canopies during winter. the trees were bare of leaves here on the east coast and the branches cut the sky into beautiful shapes like a stained glass window.
|Blythewold old oak panorama|
|Blythewold beach canopy|