Monday, January 30, 2012

Ready Or Not

Ready Or Not
6" x 8"  Oil
$75.00 + $10. s/h

I love how the winter grasses peeking through the snow create a complementary color scheme.

14 comments:

Crystal Cook said...

Just beautiful. This has a great chilly feel. :)

Carol Reynolds said...

Nice one, Pam. The colors are just lovely.

hmuxo said...

Beautifully painted, Pam!!!

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

Beautiful! Love these winter scenes. Not so easy for me cuz I don't see much snow! xoxo

CrimsonLeaves said...

I love the washed in moonlight sense to this beauty!

Fay Terry said...

Great snow painting, Pam. Makes me cold just looking at it, Brrr!

Janelle Goodwin said...

Those lovely complimentaries just drew me in!

Amy Hillenbrand said...

What a great eye for composition you have. Nice piece Pam.

Shirley Fachilla said...

You've had some really intriguing compositions in your last couple of posts. Very nice.

Douglas Clark said...

Pam,
This is a very nice painting the colors really are so beautiful.

Julie Ford Oliver said...

The shadow across the path is especially powerful for setting up a vibration of warm and cool. Love his painting, Pam.

Marian Fortunati said...

Me too...

Are you getting a lot of snow there?? This sort of looks like the perfect amount. It's there, but not so overwhelming and miserable.

Artes sem fronteiras said...

Very beautiful, thank you.

Pam Holnback said...

Thank you Crystal. I was trying to combine warm and cool!

Carol, Thank you! One thing I love about season changes is the challenge of an ever changing palette.

Thank you Hilda!

Debbi, Thanks so much. It is true, it truly is hader to paint something that we're not familiar with.

Sherry, thank you so much!

Thank you Fay. The challenge w. snow is combinging the cools w. a warmtn that doesn't turn the viewer away!

Janelle, Thank you. Those colors were right there and the complements are pretty realisitc.

Thank you Amy. The composition is often the main part of the piece.

Thanks so much Shirley. Appreciate the feedback.

Douglas, Thank you!

thank you Julie. I was lucky that the shadow worked so well in being right in front of me!

Marian, thank you. Up until now we haven't had much snow. It is much needed.

Artes, Thank you!