Friday, June 5, 2009

Fort Getty II


Oil on panel, 8" x 10"
I was surprised and pleased to be chosen this week by the website Empty Easel for an article about my plein aire landscapes. You can check it out here.

6 comments:

mike rooney studios said...

you do great "gray day" stuff
nice article too! that should up your blog traffic alot this week.
i have a hard time selling gray day stuff, how about you? i guess people like to buy sunny because they equate that with happy times??? i dont know just guessing.

Mary Brewster said...

You have been a favorite of mine since seeing your work on Wickenden St and at a client's house! What a treat to run into you on Empty Easel! Congratulations.

Janice Thurston said...

Nice article - thoughtful and well said. This Fort Getty II has a really nice 'quiet' to it...a little bit of your special kind of magic.

Cheryl said...

I just checked out the paintings that EmptyEasel has in their article and clicked to come here at the end of the article... nice! I am so tempted to take up oils for this plein air season! However, I've worked mainly in watercolor and dabbled a bit in acrylics so it's intimidating.
Yours are lovely...

Kathleen Weber said...

Thanks for all the comments! I don't do a lot of gray day paintings, I'd rather paint the sun, but I have seen artists that do a great job of it. It's all about atmosphere...

Edward Burton said...

Wonderful painting, Kathy, and a great article about you - congratulations.