Sunday, April 25, 2010

Shady Blues


Shady Blues_8x6 oil on linen panel___$190 includes shipping


I mentioned the "secret road" that I was headed out to on Friday with my friend Earlayne Chance. We met out in Mason, TX (home of the Mason Open Tennis tournament where they mark off the streets downtown and play tennis there, and also play on some of the area ranches' tennis courts, and when the lights come on in summer, every great grasshopper in the county comes to the lights and crunch under your feet while you are tryng to play....ah, memories!)...


Anyway, I had to follow Earlayne down to the secret road, and it's still a secret! I have no idea where we were, but it is real pretty!..I have been working from my photos all weekend, and have a whole new batch of little bluebonnet studies for this week! Stay tuned!

5 comments:

Roxanne Steed said...

O. M. G. !! - This is spectacular!! The light in this is wonderful! I've really enjoyed the bluebonnets series....they sort of remind me of the 'bluebells' from when we lived in northern VA. I haven't been in that part of Texas when the bl.bon. were in bloom - sure hope I get to see them one day! What a beautiful place!

Linda said...

Just beautiful! Your bluebonnets are awesome and I love this tree. The two cows are a nice addition. That secret road leads to a wonderful place! Looking forward to seeing more bluebonnet paintings!

Ginny said...

I love your oak tree. I am so glad to hear that Earlayne is still able to get out and paint. She was one of my teachers. I just love that woman. Tell her hello for me. Ginny

Victor Errington said...

Absolutely beautiful. All the best.
Vic.

Johnnie Sielbeck said...

Very nice! great tree