Saturday, January 8, 2011

THREE PALMS, 10X8, OIL, SOLD

Every once in a while I like to do a palette knife painting.  This one started out with a brush, but as I was working on it it insisted I use a knife.  These three palms are on the shore of the inter-coastal waterway in Florida somewhere around Sebastian.

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10 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Love it, Carol. A very soothing painting to look at.

martinealison said...

Les couleurs de votre ciel illuminent votre toile et la lumière joue à cache-cache à travers vos palmiers...
Beaucoup de sérénité.
Bises

Cori Lynn Berg said...

Nice Carol! I just got back from Florida.. this really captures the feel!

mary maxam said...

wonderful color and feeling tone...wish I were there...

Kathy Cousart said...

So glad you listened...your palette knife work is amazing. I looked close up and the blue sky right around the palms is the best! Great palm leaves...just really good. Be proud...

Joanne Hanson said...

Love the colors!

Shirley Fachilla said...

Another snowy day here. How did you know I could use some palm trees right about now?

carol morgan carmichael said...

Great job on this. Colors are so nice.

suzanneberry said...

beautiful painting carol! the light play on the sand along with the cool lavendar and blue shadows are perfect! you are very good with a palette knife!!

Stephen Parker said...

Gees, Carol, you are prolific this January, and in fairly large formats. Congratulations on all the beautiful work.

By the way, I saw your "I have a dream" pastel on Etsy this morning and love it. I heard an interview yesterday on NPR with a man, Clarence Jones, who was recruited by MLK to join his movement as a speechwriter/advisor. It was an amazing interview. If interested, you can listen to it here: http://www.npr.org/programs/fresh-air/

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