Monday, December 28, 2009

Canyonlands V

6" x 8" oil on panel
$75.00 + $10. s/h
Please contact me if interested

This is another small piece from our trip in November to Canyonlands National Park in Utah. With the holidays and both kids visiting, I'm just now getting it posted.

I had some daily paintings in a fall show at a local Nature Center. Several of them sold and this morning I decided it was time to update that part of my blog. I'm not sure why, but when I did this, emails went out each time I edited the past blogs. Maybe it was a senior moment on my part, maybe something's going on w/ blogger. I'm not sure, but sorry about that. Is anyone else having this problem? Did I do something wrong? And, thanks to those of you who emailed me about the sales.


Cathyann said...

OK...I have not been a good visitor, but why haven't these popped up on my browser is the question ?
Happy New Year...and just want to say I loved all the cool titles and paintings...clever...I like the color exercises of the rocks...better and far more interesting than a brick or box. Hope your Christmas was wonderful.

Pam Holnback said...

Thanks Cathyann, Yes, our Christmas was great. Both kids were home, although it seemed like such a short time. Don't know why you didn't get all of those...I'm going tol paint these little rocks again. There are so many here!!! and you're right, they are more Colorado than bricks!

Gary Keimig said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog, Pam.
Nice blog and some really nice paintings.
I see you have been to Canyonlands. Isn't that the most incredible country. One could paint a lifetime there and still not even touch the surface. God has certainly provided us with a rich beautiful country.
I lived and worked in Boulder just out of college doing illustration work for High School Biology books. Boulder has sure changed since the late 60's when I was there. And being from Wyoming I thought it was a big place then.

Pam Holnback said...

Gary, yes, I couldn't get over the Canyonlands. We hiked for 1 1/2 days, I could use my photos as studies for 100's of paintings.

loriann said...

Nice use of temperature in this painting Pam. Happy New Year!