Sunday, March 21, 2010

Vineyard Haven

6x6 Oil on Panel
SOLD

14 comments:

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Sweet! Love those blues!

Jill Berry said...

Great! sense of distance, especially with the brightness on the horizon.
Between your mixes & undertones your scenes speak in living color. However your style is achieved, it's working for you!

All of the vineyard ones lately...Wow! You have a nice way of turning a boat into a simple subject.

Love the porch one too! The edge of structure to look through provides intrigue.

LindaHunt said...

I love the blues in this painting also. Amazing amount of information in a small painting...such wonderful color!

Gwen Bell said...

Love all the blues and greens and the subtle mix of colors in the trees. Hard to believe all this beautiful detail is on a 6X6!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

What a gorgeous variety of blues in this one, Karen. Once again - amazing atmosphere!

Dayna Talbot said...

Karen...Great perspective and sense of space!

Barbara M. said...

Amazing. I am just sitting here staring at your work saying over and over, "Holy mackerel she is good. She is so good!" You are a constant inspiration!

Take care,

Barbara

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Karen your sense of color and color harmony is so amazing. Every painting seems just drenched in light. Very inspiring, keep 'em coming.

rahina q.h. said...

beautiful Karen, i love the perspective, the brushwork!

Annelein said...

Hi Karen,
How are you liking the studio? Looks like you are getting a bunch of work done. Everything looks great...your colors are really "YOUR" colors. I'm glad you are posting on a regular basis again! It's a joy to check in.
happy spring.

susanroden said...

What a peaceful town - feel I could just stroll down the street too. Wonderful piece.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

this is beautiful. So glad I found your blog. Your paintings are unique and that's a great thing.

Linda said...

Wow!! Nothing more to be said! It is just beautiful, as is all your paintings!!

Sandra Galda said...

ooh dramatic composition. Love the subtle description of forms on the shadowed left side with the cars!