Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Where Earth Meets Sky ~ Two more ACEOs done in acrylics on 140 lb. watercolor paper. I was thinking of adding some of the tiny cows like the last one but decided to just leave them this way. Maybe some oreo cows for the next one though.



Fabulous clouds Lynn!
Did you use medium with the white?

Also great lighting on the hills,,,I love these!

(loved the oreo cows too though)

Kim said...

Lynette, these are really quite lovely. I have a special attraction to horizons, myself, so seeing yours is a real treat.

I would venture to say you were inspired by your recent trip to Kentucky!

As always beautiful work, Lynette.

Janvangogh said...

So simple and elegant.

cynthia said...

These are fantastic, Lynette!

Lynette said...

Thanks Babs! No medium, I just mixed in some of the blue paint with the white while it was still wet. Babs my oreo plants are growing and I have 4 of 'em! I can't wait to see them turn into a vine and go up the fence.
Thank you Kim and you are right LOL. I was inspired by looking out the window at the countryside when we were traveling from Ky.
Janet and Cyn, thanks so very much!

Cestandrea said...

Lynette, I would like to walk into those! GReat paintings. i don't know what ACEO's are?
But they are great:)
Have a wonderful Sunday and thanks for your lovely comments on my blog. I'm not posting on CESTANDREA but on Miss doodle's blog, until blogger sets my cestandrea free again

Anonymous said...

Ohh they are beautiful! The sky's outstanding! Wonderfully done! Thanks for sharing them with us!
Take Care,

Genie said...

Lovely Work Lynette.
dont forget to email me with your address, im back from Hols, having a lazy day today back to work tomorrow.

Lynette said...

Thanks so much Andrea! Aceos are little pieces of art that are 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches, or the other way around. They are so little but fun to paint!
Hi Angela, thank you for the nice words and it's great to hear from ya!
Hi Genie, eek I'm so sorry I've been so darn busy helping my husband with working on the house that I've gotten really behind on everything! I just posted in your blog but I don't know your e-mail addy. Thanks so much! I love the art treasures you have in your blog!

San said...

Both of these paintings are so welcoming. They say, "Come in. Celebrate this day. Celebrate this earth. Celebrate this moment."