Friday, October 27, 2006

Midday Shadows

Midday Shadows
30cm x 30cm. 12in x 12in.
Oil on stretched linen canvas

“After much rain the sun has finally come out. At midday is low enough to cast long shadows with the trees. This autumn has been so warm that the trees seem permanently on the edge of turning while the forest floor is littered with the sharp points of colour that are fallen chestnuts.”
This is larger than the usual daily painting, I have run out of smaller canvasses (or is it canvai?) but it coincides with a little gap in the illustration work so I have some more time.
The price, should you be interested in a purchase is:
75 pounds (UK) 144 dollars (USA) and 112 euros (europe).
This includes postage. I do send all over the world talk to me for details.
Please email me if you are considering having this to keep for ever, on your wall, to enjoy for a very long time.


wagonized said...

Your latest paintings are breath taking. It's amazing how productive you have been. I haven't visited your blog for less than a week, and already it is filled with images... and i still wonder how your brain translates such beauty on canvas.

Laura Wambsgans said...

Of course this is a painting by Sarah, the sparkle that you achieve in the trees is just great! You are a terrific painter!

rob ijbema said...

glad you got some sun!
really enjoy this painting
great contrasts

Larry Seiler said...

love the feel...the look is great, but the feel of light very nice!!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

This is beautiful. I don't know how you do it - capture the time, the weather, the smell, the whole atmosphere of a place. You just transport the veiwer right there - to that place, that moment. So much more than painting a scene. Amazing.
I'm also stunned by the other paintings that are new to your blog. You paint the human form so brilliantly too.