Sunday, June 09, 2013

Ryan's Meadow



Ryan's Meadow is an continuing source of visual information for me, no matter what the season.  The large fields are for hay production and the colour, light and landscape change daily.  The advantage of living in the country is easy access to the land and for me, to the sea as well.

I'm considering some nocturne paintings and the meadow next to my house may be my first.  Finding the right light, preferably dawn or twilight and the right weather conditions are always the challenge.  The advantage is that my travel time is under two minutes.

This small pastel is 7" x 7.5" on St. Armand paper and available in my Daily Paintworks gallery.

3 comments:

Celeste Bergin said...

fun to see a pastel! Love the beautiful sky!

Sue Pownall said...

An interesting piece.

Jeanette said...

Thanks Celeste, the sky's always the best part :)

Its fun to pull out the pastels now and then Sue.