Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Wetlands Along the River

From a few years ago.
It`s been a struggle to get some painting done. Christmas isn`t the problem, I`m finishing up my show which begins Jan. 5. It`s in the non-profit Lakewood Center for the Arts, which means I`m artist, publicist, installer, framer, designer etc. It`s not such a chore, I just miss open ended sessions to work. Our dark, wet winters with their long nights are so good for painting.
My website was updated too! Anneliese Dehner and Jeremy McWilliams did a stand out job again. They are a joy to work with, very professional and reasonably priced. Their email addresses are in the side bar.
Happy holidays to us all!


SamArtDog said...

Jeez, I'm crazy about this one. Makes me wonder because it's so seemingly... well... conservative, at least compared to the Oswego Creek series, which I love. But when I look closely at it, it really is as out there as any of them. What I admire is that it's so subtle about being... ethereal.

I know I'm wandering. So let it go at good luck wishes for your show. And a happy new year to ya.

Maureen said...

I thought you had changed your site. I've been sharing the link again.

Hope there'll be pictures of your show. Wish I could make it out there to see in person.

Wishing you continued success and much joy and beauty and peace in the New Year.

RH Carpenter said...

This one is beautiful - love that water and reflection. I hadn't seen this one before, so it's not a repeat to me and good luck with the show!!! May people not be able to keep their wallets closed to you and your gorgeous artwork :)

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Whew,,,this one made me gasp for air! Good luck with show!!!!
Merry Christmas to youu and yours and all the best for 2011.

kate said...

Serene, fresh and classic. I can feel the breeze passing over this scene.

Don Gray said...

This is just a fabulous painting, Randall.