Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Misty Blue Morn ~ This painting is 9 x 12 inches, acrylics on Canson 140 lb. watercolor paper. I don't know why I painted a 'fall tree' near the end of winter but it just sort of flowed out that way! I hope youall got to enjoy the beauty of the full eclipse of the moon tonight...I did in between the clouds and it was glorious looking!!


Kim said...

Fabulous Lynette! Both the painting and eclipse! :) I really like this one a lot and am glad to see you working a bit larger. I have always thought your trees deserved a larger canvas...don't ask me why, because I have no idea.

You just keep letting these flow out of you...they are wonderful.


Oh, this one is fun!
Beautifully colored, super landscape with those periwinkle wildflowers,,,,and I love her roots,the craggy ledge she's growing from,,,,,but most of all because she reminds me of a TEAPOT! See her handle?
Or is hers an indignant stance with her hand on her hip?
Tons to contemplate in this one Lynnie,,,love it!

Janvangogh said...

Lovely tree, Lynette. I didnt see the eclipse as we had some snow.

Lynette said...

Aww thanks so much Kim and I really enjoyed painting this one and I'm going to do more this size. It takes me just as long to paint them the little size!
Babs, hehe thanks so much and LOL I see what you mean about that part looking like a teapot or a lady with her hand on her hip...I'm trying to make her come alive LOL!
Janet, I'm sorry you didn't get to see the eclipse, I could only see it when the clouds moved past but it was soo purty when I could see it!

dmlebris said...

Hello Lynette,

I thought I should visit your blog since I met you on "Visual Salon".

I like your colors and imaginative imagery.
Keep painting.... :)

Danielle said...


Can I add you to my favorite links?
Would you mind adding me to yours?


Lynette said...

Thanks Danielle, and yes I would love it if you add me to your links and I'll add your link too! I love your work!!

Anonymous said...

How beautiful! Great work! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Mother of Invention said...

I think it flowed out like this because it is warm and we need that now still! Brrr! Can't wait till spring!

Lynette said...

Thanks so much Angela and I really enjoyed your blog post about you and your Dad being in the play, that was awesome!
Thank you MOI, and I know everyone is patiently awaiting the warm days of won't be long now!!

Cestandrea said...

Hi Lynette! Thanks so much for your comment on my blog, I loved it!
Your painting is beautiful! For me, it is sizzling with energy and movement, one can feel that there is a transformation going on in the tree and in the earth and the air around it.