Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Sunset at Home

As I pushed the wheelbarrow back to the mulch pile last night, this is what greeted me as I turned around!  I don't think I've ever seen the sunset from this edge of the pasture, and I've certainly never painted from over here!   When I was a kid, this was the barn lot, with barbed wire fencing right here.  I took some great photos and worked until dark.  At today's Tri County paint in, this is what I painted from.  Now that I know how gorgeous this is, I will be racing out here with the next fabulous sunset!  Painting number 1504 in 1504 days :)

12 comments:

  1. Oh this is beautiful! Light, shadows, colours...
    Thanks for your kind comment on my blog, especially because you're an artist but I do DIY art...If an artist sees 'something' on my pics I'm very, very happy! :)

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  2. I love how you captured this, especially the grasses. They look like they're glowing and blowing in the wind. Beautifully rendered. Visiting from PPF. Have a lovely upcoming weekend.

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  3. This is absolutely gorgeous, I am a great fan of sunrise and sunset. Hope you get another one soon.Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  4. There is great feeling of a upcoming day in this beautiful painting.
    Happy PPF ❤

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  5. Wow...I love the texture and how it looks like stained glass!
    Stunning!

    Hugs Giggles

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  6. the sun's colors make even the bare trees look beautiful. Gorgeous painting! Happy PPF!

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  7. I love this one! The colors are stunning and the feeling is so peaceful.

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  8. I really love this piece. Again you just amaze me. Turn around and paint a masterpiece.

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  9. Oh, this is a beautiful atmosphere in this picture !
    I also like the shades of color.
    Well done !
    Greetings from Germany

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  10. This is such beautiful work Tammie - the effects of the tree branches are wonderful, as is the lighting :D)

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  11. Some people know how to paint light. You are one of them. This is stunning.

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