Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Winter Glory, 6x8", Oil



I don't know the type of tree I found in the upper altitudes of the Blue Ridge Mountains, but it looked very festive with it's abundance of bright red berries.



I had fun with this one, using both brush and palette knife.  The perfect gift for that art lover on your list.

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10 comments:

martinealison said...

Une superbe interprétation de ce végétal... J'aime vos nuances de couleurs et votre touche.
Gros bisous

M.R. Anand said...

the berries and the foliage have been painted beautifully!

Diana Marshall said...

Love those zingy berries, really wintery and beautiful. Palette knives are great tools and I love using them too. Lovely painting.

Susan Roux said...

Carol you also captured a lively festive look. Great color palette and use of it. Such a captivating painting. Well done.

Denise Rose said...

This is so pretty Carol! I love the contrast of the berries and the greenery around them. Such a beautiful hint of winter!

hmuxo said...

Love the vibrant colors, Carol! Beautiful painting!! I miss the Blue Ridge Mountains!!!

Floriana Quaini said...

Ciao, bellissimi dipinti..vere esplosioni di colore e perfetto intreccio di elementi. Mi piaccioni moltissimo.
Ciao, Floriana

Lorraine Shirkus said...

Love the energy and color in this . . . you really captured the sun trying to peek through the density of branches and leaves to light up those berries! Thanks for your nice comment on my blog . . .

Karen Bruson said...

Beautiful.

Kim VanDerHoek said...

So pretty and perfect for the holidays Carol!

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