Saturday, June 19, 2010

100 Garden & Floral Oil Paintings, Original Art Work from A Colorado Daily Painter, 30/100

Garden Hose
8" x 8" oil on wrapped panel
$195.00 + $10. s/h


There's no on and off, or high and low spray levels on the hose nozzle.  Just a soft, rain like spray.

14 comments:

Linda Popple said...

Very interesting subject! I like the paintings using garden tools as subjects and this is no exception. Very nice, Pam.

Dean H. said...

Nicely done, Pam! Great color, contrast, and brushwork.

Julie Hill said...

Oh I remember this nozzle. Do they still make them?....I like the simplicity of the nozzle and your painting Pam.

Kelley Sanford said...

how original. Who knew that a nozzle could hold such color and interest?

AutumnLeaves said...

You always turn the ordinary into such beautiful works of art, Pam! This is no exception. The colors are exquisite and I find myself longing to stand under that little waterfall of rain!

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Pam, love your originality in picking subject matter! Great colors, and wonderful painting.

Dayna Talbot said...

Pam...The highlights are great! Nice subject matter. I just saw "Clean Gutters"......that is a gem!

Gwen Bell said...

I love the way you can take such an ordinary object and turn it into a beautiful work of art...that's talent!

Karen Bruson said...

Really cool subject matter. Love the colors and brushwork, too.

susan hong-sammons said...

love you entire garden series. This one is particularly fun, very unique

LindaHunt said...

I too remember these hose nozzles! I am a gardner and love your garden series!

Lisa Daria said...

Who would have thought a garden hose would make such an interesting subject to paint. . . I'm now looking around at things I've been overlooking!

Pam Holnback said...

Linda, Thanks so much. We have a lot of garden tools, so I have an endless supply of paintings ahead!

Dean, Thank you!

Thank yo Julie, I don't know if they still make these, this one has been around for awhile.

Kelley, It was the color that drew me.

Sherry, The days of childhood, when we did stand under the nozzle!

Thank you Nancy, Paintings are all around us, are't they!?

loriann said...

Love it!!! What personality you made in such a simple subject! Brava!