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Trails End

Trails End

I wanted to create another nature landscape painting today, so I looked though all the photos of my property and found one that caught my attention. The photo was taken a few summers ago, and realized just how much it had changed. The landscape was  fuller and thicker this last spring; must have been due to the ton of snow we had last winter.

Watercolors on 140lb. press watercolor paper.

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18 Comments

  1. the composition is masterfully done –

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  2. Debbie,
    I cant critique this or fault it. Its beautiful.. The colours are so rich and I would personally sat that this is the best watercolour yet that I have seen from you..

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  3. My goodness Debbie, you have been a busy one! So many wonderful paintings, I can’t keep up with you. I see growth in your watercolors on every paintings. Thumbs up with agreat big smile!

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    • Ha ha, I’ve painted several from Friday into Saturday, as you can tell. I haven’t forgotten about those grapes either, just trying to drum up the, eh…courage to fool with that much purple. Thank you for the comment, Ryan!

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  4. Nice composition and watercolor handling. I like the way the light comes through the path.

    nice property!

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  5. Something about that lighted path brings back lots of memories.
    Nice

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    • Sounds to me as though you have walked along such a path. I’m glad I awakened a memory for you; good memories, I hope. Thank you for the comment!

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  6. I’d walk that path if it were in my garden, I’d paint it too! Lovely trees and shadows. I’m starting to feel guilty!

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    • One thing I have found about the surrounding woods on my property is that I can make all the paths I want; like routes that take me all around it and within it. Thank you for the comment, Keith! Now you go take a walk around your property. 🙂

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  7. Val Erde

     /  March 4, 2011

    I love those spindly trees and the depth of colour.
    🙂

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  8. beautiful work Debbie

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  9. I like this a lot.

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