Monday, December 15, 2014

First Snow

 First Snow - SOLD
5" x 7"  oil on panel

After the first snowfall I drove to a rural gallery to pick up a couple of paintings that hadn't sold in the summer season.  The snow lay heavily in the trees and on the land and it was picture perfect.  Out of the corner of my eye I saw some boats pulled up on the grass for the winter and with their dusting of snow I knew there was a painting in there.

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5 comments:

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

I thought that said boots pulled on the grass at first *brain fart* :p

lovely painting, really get a sense of the cold and snow

Jeanette Jobson said...

LOL Jen, you've been on the eggnog already. :)

It was picture perfect that day. For once snow fell straight down instead of horizontally.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

lol :) I haven't actually seen egg nog anywhere. You probably can get it somewhere, just not around here. now, the spiced apple cider in the fridge is pretty good tho :p (I'm a light weight, one is enough for me :p)

Sue Pownall said...

I'm not surprised it's sold, it's a great painting!

Jeanette Jobson said...

I've never liked eggnog Jen and think its more a North American than European thing. Spiced apple cider does sound good.mmm

Thanks Sue. It was a surprise find in the snow. :)