Monday, May 25, 2009

Farmland


Farmland
5 x 7 inches
Oil on Masonite panel.

This is my painting for the current Different Strokes project, which was started by Karin Jurick, a great artist, who graciously gives of her time and advice to bring people together in the creation of art. She posted a black and white shot of a farm she photographed in Pennsylvania, and it was up to us to interpret the colors. It was a fun project and I thank her for always challenging us.

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8 comments:

Anne Marie Propst said...

Bill, I really enjoyed your interpretation of the DSDF challenge. This one really caught my eye. Good job.

Ann Rogers said...

You have really captured the distance in this painting, great entry!

maria said...

I like the color choice. Subtle but unexpected.

Sheila Vaughan said...

Lovely paint handling Bill. It would be easy in this for too great a contrast to emerge between sky and land but you have handled this so well and in an holistic way.

Barbara Pask said...

I love this Bill, think this is one of my favorites of yours. Great interpretation.

Beverly Sams said...

Could even be in Southern Indiana...when I was a little gal... Love it!

dominique eichi said...

great one for DSFDF

Carey Waterworth said...

Awesome perspective on this painting.