Thursday, April 7, 2011

Waterfront Property

Waterfront Property
8" x 10" oil on canvas on board
$195.00 + $10 s/h

I love how there are so many values and colors in these rocks.  And it seems that no matter when a home was built, location, location, location is/was important!

Tonight, Friday, is the opening of our group show at Summerland Gardens 124 East Cheyenne Road, Colorado Springs, 80906.  If you're in the area, please stop by from 5 - 7.  Or, if that's not possible, please visit the gardens and gallery in the next few months.


Marie Theron said...

Your rock colors are surely beautiful, Pam. By some strange coincidence I am also painting a hole in the wall at a tourist place nearby but not with rocks. It will appear on my blog soon.

AutumnLeaves said...

This is so pretty, Pam. I am wandering these open rooms in my mind, imagining the home as it once stood and the lives within. Those rocks indeed have some beautiful colors.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Good luck with your show, Pam!

J Joy Nocifora said...

Nice work you the rock colors, Pam. Nice flow of green around them makes for a beautiful setting. Best of luck with your show!

Pam Holnback said...

Marie, Thank you! I can't wait to see your piece!

Thank you Sherry! I also wonder who lived in ancient places. Many lives, many generations.

Kelley, Thank you. I'm excited about the show!

Joy, Thanks. Many of the values and colors for the rocks were started from the piles of grays from the painting the day before!

carol morgan carmichael said...

Beautiful Pam! Hope you have a great show!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I wish I was going to be there for your show... You know how much I love Colorado Springs! Lovely painting.


Stephanie Berry said...

Nice painting. I love the colors you used in the rock wall and the view through the window. Best of luck w/ your show.

mary maxam said...

Pam I've really been admiring your work and now finally posting! This is so great with the warm and cool stone colors.Hope the show is both fun and successful.

Catherine Jeffrey said...

I like the loose paint handling and the wonderful colors in the rock. Beautiful!

Pam Holnback said...

Thank yo so much Carol!

Genie, Thank you! If you ever get back here, let me know!

Thank you Stephanie. I loved playing w/ all the values in the wall.

Mary, Thanks! Old walls are such a value and color challenge.

Thank you Catherine. Rocks are full of color and value!

loriann said...

Hi Pam!
Nice job painting the rocks- keeping the value fairly consistent while moving the temperature and hue makes it read well. Good luck with your show!
PS I enjoyed seeing your Costa Rica paintings too.

Pam Holnback said...

Loriann, Than you so much. Value and temperature is always a great challenge.