Sunday, August 23, 2009

Morning Shadows



6" x 8" oil on panel
$75.00 + $10. s/h
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We've spent the last several days in the mountains, fishing, hiking, reading, relaxing and painting. We spend a lot of time near Hartsel, in South Park, a little more than an hour west of here.

School started here last week, and of course, I can't help but remember all the years that was me. Now, I just continue to enjoy, and appreciate, all the time I have for myself, to do whatever my husband and I want to do, when we want to do it!

7 comments:

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

This is a really lovely landscape Pam...makes me excited to come see it for myself!

Jill Berry said...
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Marian Fortunati said...

Love the colors in the foreground flowers and how subtley you've put them in!!

I always vascillate between being ectatic that I don't have to start school and missing...

Jill Berry said...

Very nice light and shadow peeking through the trees.
Great sense of distance too.
(Whoops on my previous comment- I couldn't leave a word spelled wrong on the blog of a former teacher.)

Pam Holnback said...

Dana, Once you get here you're going to keep coming back! And, now w/ your son, you have a good reason!

Marian, Thanks. I'm not sure what these wild flowers are called, but right now there's beautiful yellow everywhere. And, yes, I do know what you mean about starting and not starting.

Jill, That is so funny! Don't worry about the spelling, I don't give out report cards anymnore!

Cathyann said...

It is great not teaching anymore and just painting and going when you want to and not just when school is out,huh? This is a very soothing image. I love the soft touch and the muted color.

Sandra Galda said...

Very pretty here--the colors shimmer!