Sunday, November 01, 2009

Rain Heavy Sky

Rain Heavy Sky
Watercolour
10 inches x 30 inches or 25.5 cm x 76 cm

There are lots of colours to be found in the landscape at the moment, the wet rich earth, the changing leaves. Autumn is here and the last leaves are awaiting a gale to send them fluttering to the ground.
This is the view above Frenchmans Creek, you can just see the river on the left of the painting, where it splits and goes up to Constantine one way and Gweek the other. Ancient oak woodlands make a textured cushion on Groyne Point.
Here are a couple of details.




5 comments:

René PleinAir. said...

God was a watercolourist, ... you proofed it once more!!

Awesomely, as ever. I don't comment so often anymore but do know I love your work and enjoy watching it each time you post one.

Keep up this marvelous journey!!

Katherine Tyrrell said...

I love what you're doing with the sky.

vivien said...

Beautiful - you've caught the season and light perfectly

Lindsay said...

Yes, me too. Lovely moody landscape

Sandy Maudlin said...

What a gret blog you have and wonderfully expressive works of art!!!