Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Out to Pasture

Out to Pasture, 12 x 16
sold

Here is the color version of yesterday's post. I used a little larger panel than I normally do, which is a time challenge for me, since my painting and all-things-painting-related time is typically 2-3 hours at a time on the days I get to paint. I also paint alla prima, so it's finished when time is up! It keeps me from fussing around too much and helps when I'm painting outside because I'm accustomed to making painting decisions quickly. This one and "Hay Bales" will soon be heading west to Sedona for a stay at Windrush Gallery before hopefully finding homes.

-julie davis

11 comments:

Bev Boren said...

Simply beautiful, so loose and fabulous!

Barbara M. said...

I love it Julie,

The colour is so incredible. I like your value studies too, but they make me ache for your incredibly great colour work.

xoxoxoxoxoBarbara

Victor Errington said...

Beautiful impressionistic painting Julie. Well done and all the best.
Vic.

Laurel Daniel said...

GORGEOUS!

Kathy Weber said...

Very nice. I really liked the value study when I saw it yesterday; the color version is great.

The Windrush Gallery said...

WOW! Very Nice!

Julie Hill said...

Julie...a lovely landscape...makes me want to take a stroll in the pasture amongst the cows...very inviting.

Bridget Hunter said...

Lovely works and hope you do well at the gallery!

Kim Blair said...

Love your mark making Julie. This soft, relaxing pastoral scene makes me want to go pet one of those cows.
:o)
Kim

Ruth Andre said...

This is a nice painting. The trees look like there is a breeze in the air.

Stephen Parker said...

Julie, I'm inspired by your commitment to painting alla prima. The wonderful looseness of this and other recent efforts of yours are proof of its value. Hope to see you soon.