Previous Entry Share Next Entry
More Paintings
drinking bird
mit_souko
Here are a few more of my landscapes. Varied locations, but a common theme is water. I am always interested by the many aspects of water.
































Alps late winter
Alps late winter
 
Canyon de Chelley
Canyon de Chelley
 
Costa Rica, after the rain
Costa Rica, after the rain
 
Low tide, Skye
Low tide, Skye
 
Rice fields, Vietnam
Rice fields, Vietnam
 




  • 1
Very impressive .........I'm grabbing these....I just love them. Who knows someday you will be famous....and by that time I can say to myself......I've seen and had a copy of her earlier works. :) Ganbatte!

Thanks sannahchu! I am glad you like them. When I am famous (lol) I'll remember my early admirers!

Same here too ne sis. <3<3 *grabs all* Thanks!

You're what I used to remember when David Lee first started out in his oil paintings and watercolors in Hawaii in Waikiki. Now, his paintings are worth a fortune. -_-

My favorite of this bunch is the Tsuru painting. (I'm biased becuz I love anything to do with [and have a fetish for] tsuru's for some reason; don't know why.) ^_^

Btw, just a thought, when will u post that Waikiki one up soon? (if any) lol Jus thought I'd ask...

Thanks! Now, just a word from you in God's ear, and I'll be the next David Lee... Well, I can hope, can't I?

I will post the Oahu picture, probably with my next update.

I spent about 2 hours across the border in Mexico many years ago & that is the extent of my travel outside of the U.S. So not only am I admiring your paintings, I am in awe of the places you have been in your life thus far.

I don't know the proper terms for artistic work. I'll use my layman ones ^^ I like the shading that you do that gives depth. I also really like all of the trees in these & the first set you shared. I can really get a feel for what those trees would have looked like had I been there. Your "Low tide, Skye" is the most striking to me here as I feel like I can smell the water, etc.

My aunt who is in her 90's started painting in her late 60's. Prior to then she didn't know she had any talent for it. My favorite piece of hers is an Amtrak train going thru a snowy mountain pass. I can look at it and feel the cold & the quietness of the trees. The art gene skipped me but Sarah got it. She is attempting her first piece on canvas now in acrylics.

Thanks for sharing your talent!

glenda, what nice comments! It is very rewarding to read. Compliments to your aunt. It is never too late to try something new.

I travel quite a bit, and painting is for me a good way to remember the places I have been. Some, of course, are more inspiring than others. Others have been painted so much already that it is hard to find a new angle.

I have some more works I need to photograph and post. Art is tough to photograph, so I have been procrastinating...

  • 1
?

Log in

No account? Create an account