My poppies are finished! This one is very abstract. I love the bright oranges and yellows against the blue green shadows. The poppies are very spunky and pleased with themselves
This gorgeous necklace was inspired by my painting Muskoka Evening. I love the deep reds of the garnets that sparkle and glimmer like live coals. And the pearls with their changing colours mimic the deep shadows in the wintry forest. And there’s a little touch of green at the back that’s just perfect.
But don’t take my word for it! Go to brokenteepee’s etsy shop and see for yourself!
Here’s a new small painting (9 x 12 ) that I’m working on as I get ready to do a 30 x 30 commission.
It’s a pattern of poppies against greens in light and shadow.
Well it’s finished!
It’s one of those perfect fall days with beautiful colors that stretch forever and dark stormy clouds moving briskly across the sky. One minute its raining and the next, the sun is highlighting the distant trees. You can smell winter in the air but the sun still warms your skin.
I have finished the foreground trees and have nearly finished the row of pines in the back. I’m really happy with the colours – it’s one of those very muted fall days with the heavy gray sky softening leaves that would otherwise be so much brighter.
I’ve finished all the shadowy undergrowth. I loved using the cool greens and purples – normally reserved to show distance – in the foreground and the warmer greens and oranges right up against the grey sky. I’m such a rebel