Saturday, March 30, 2013

Eola Hills Studies

These were done exactly seven years ago after spending time in the wine country of Marion County. All are 12x12 and painted quickly. Oil on canvas


Gary L. Everest said...

Hi Randall,
Unique, beautiful, spectacular.
Great work, Randall.
Can't wait to see what you do with them, including leaving them alone.

Sarah Sedwick Studio said...

These are all amazingly gorgeous! I heart you, Randall. :) - Sarah

Jean-Baptiste Pelardon said...

I truly love this bunch of scapes! Format (I am fan of square format), focus point, staging plans, and all those textures you manage to create in the painting. And of course, the happy colors…
These scapes make me think of the vineyards around here – yes, there are wonderful vineyards and wines in the french deep south… Have you ever tasted Bandol?
Friendly. JBP

Maureen said...

Lovely! They offer respite unto beauty from our cold, wet day here on the East Coast.

Happy Easter, my friend.

Melody Cleary said...

These are all SO good! I love them. I love the white whites on the trees.

Roxanne said...

I appreciate when you share the progression of your work, Randall.

kingfisher said...

Nice! Very colorful. Wouldn't they look striking to have all 12 on a single wall, 3 rows of 4 each? I like your white trees, too.

Ron said...


LOVE your paintings! Just my style. We have to talk.


Ron said...


In a few weeks Bill and I are making out annual trek south to the mountains of western North Carolina, the Tipton homeland. Have you ever done watercolors of those scenes?



Muy buena colección. Felicitaciones.

David Page Coffin said...

Just spotted these for the first time, thanks to a Pinterest pin:)

So lovely and inspiring, Randall; thank you! And Merry Christmas!