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Friday, December 18, 2009

Bright Sunny Day- Larger size



Hello there, I have decided maybe I should paint several somewhat larger pieces to have on hand. I have a art show in February and I think the larger pieces are a bit more impressive. This is large for me anyway, 16 x 20 which is really not large at all. I painted this on a 8 x 10 canvas recently so you may recognize it. I have started a new project, there is a local gallery near here that is having a juried competition. It has to be our interpretation of Klimt's painting The Kiss. I'll let you know how that goes, maybe I'll photograph stages of the painting as I go along. I have taken a few weeks off Ebay with the holidays and all. I hope your holiday projects are going well.

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14 comments:

Hapi said...

hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....

http://www.onpainting.wordpress.com said...

We do share a common enjoyment of painting these houses. I like the one sit back a bit the best. How do you feel?

Barbara Pask said...

HI Bill, Both of these photos are the same painting, guess that is confusing. The one is just a close up version. Guess I made it sound that way, sorry. The first one is the painting in whole. Maybe I will pull the close up photo. If it is gone when you come back you will know what happened, lol. Yes, we do seem to share an enjoyment for painting these old houses. Ain't it great? lol

Marie Theron said...

A lovely rendering of the old house and surrounds! Will look in again when your take on Klimmt is finished!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Marie, Thank you very much. I hope Klimt comes out well enough to show. I'm doing my best.

Barbara Pask said...

HI Hapi , Thanks for visiting.

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

So glad that you left me a sweet note so I could find your blog! I love your art!! The little blond girl in the slide show with the cup is so beautiful. I love them all, but she is my favorite. Thanks so much for sharing. I will returen.

billspaintingmn said...

You paint country homes the way I
like to see them, charming!
Merry Christmas!

Rosemary said...

Congratulations and best wishes for the February show! This piece is really nice. Your lacy trees remind me of Roger Bansemer's! How do you get that little glow behind the green? Did you tone the canvas? Lovely shadows on the house too!

Merry Christmas!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Room Service, don't know your name. Nice of you to visit me too. Please do come again.

Barbara Pask said...

Thank you so much Bill and I hope you have a very Merry Christmas.

Barbara Pask said...

Hi there Rosemary, Thank you for your nice comment. I did tone the canvas with burnt sieana and allowed a lot of that color to show through. I like the all over glow it gives.

Carolina said...

Hi Barbara!
I love your painting, it's beautiful and peaceful...
Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year!
Carolina

Barbara Pask said...

Appreciate that Carolina and Merry Christmas to you.