Sunday, November 11, 2012

Double Yellow

6x8 Oil on Linen Panel
$200 plus $7 shipping

13 comments:

Jerry said...

I love the telegraph poles and wires in this Karen. I think many artists would have been tempted to leave them out but it gives such a wonderful feeling of being a 'real place'.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Now, that looks cold! Is that a Sandy aftermath?

Beautiful job, Karen and it has those unique Bruson colors.

Diana Marshall said...

Love your colour palette as Carol said they are unique to you. Which blue do you favour most?

mary maxam said...

I think you do violet complements better than anyone- wonderful light and lead in!

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I love paintings with movement in them and this one is full of it. Wonderful painting!

CrimsonLeaves said...

The greens, blues, and purples keep drawing me into this piece. Reminds me of some of our drives through some of the teeny rural towns out this way. Beautiful job, Karen.

Katherine Thomas said...

That's interesting that you use paper, canvas, adn linen supports for your oil painting, each with slightly different effects. Does the mood you want to convey figure into what surface you choose? I like your style with the brush, it's very expressive!

Sergio DS said...

A wonderful painting, congratulations.

Nora MacPhail said...

Karen, this is so marvelous! I like all that sky. I am partial to cityscapes and your last two posts are just fab.

Jane said...

Love the violet color here, really great painting !

hmuxo said...

Excellent painting, Karen! wonderful colors and texture!!

Barbara Muir said...

Love this Karen,

I love the colour, design and light.

Amazing.

XO Barbara

Diana Marshall said...

Thanks for the tip of using phalo-blue Karen, have been trying it out in my last painting.