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Sharing the lessons I teach at the Artist Guild and the personal discoveries in my art.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Snow in Spring


Snow in Spring
8"x 6" oil on canvas panel $150. SOLD. 

Artist Note
This actually is a place in 
Northern New Mexico.
The trees were popping out in that 
lovely fresh green and about 7pm,
winter came back.
This is from a photo I took in the car.
No plein air painting for this 
smart lady!


9 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful Julie!!! It reminds me of a Thomas Kinkade painting... love the light....

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  2. This is lovely, Julie. Yeh, we've seen enough snow in Spring here. Happy Easter!

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  3. That's amazing. So many times I see something I know I'll likely not see again and I can't get off the road to get a photo. Then there's the photos I do manage to get, try to paint and they come out yucky.....we learn more from the failures though.

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  4. Winter just doesn't want to leave. If I was in this beautiful painting, I wouldn't want to go either! Lovely Julie.

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  5. Wow - I think this is outstanding and one of my favorites. I love the subject and the fact that someone is home and has turned on the lights. Its magical, Judy.

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  6. Ah that could have been a painting from my part of the world this morning...it was spitting snow just after a lovely warm day in the 70's yesterday. I just love this painting friend. Hugs!

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  7. What a charming little cottage, Julie. The paradox of snow falling after the trees have budded is frustrating to many. That happened every so often in Washington State where I grew up with pear and apple blossoms. The devastation of not having pears to can or apples to make into sauce was hard for many.

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  8. very dreamy looking :) def not weather to paint outside

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  9. A touch of snowy magic Lovely!!

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Julie