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Watercolor painting of a windbreak inspired by the view north of Fort Robinson State Park, Nebraska.
Watercolor on cold-pressed paper, approximately 11 × 15 inches.
101 views 10-25-10.
armitage, bluffs, cottonwoods, fort robinson, hills, landscape, nebraska, trees, watercolor, windbreak
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Love the depth of this scene & I like how you did the foliage allowing all the light to shine through. Very nice.
Thank you Marsha. It’s the way the light comes through the trees that made me what to do it in the first place.
I agree with Marsha. I love the negative spaces in this painting …both between the tree trunks and in amongst the foliage.
Thank you. You are right, it’s all about negative space.
Nice work Jenny! A great scene!
This is great Jenny! Beautifully done!
This is wonderful. Love the trees and the colours in the trees.
Looks so much as if painted on silk. Beautiful, Jenny.
Funny you should say that it looks like a painting on silk, because the techniques are very similar. I masked everything but the trees and then used big brushes and let the paint run and backwash and generally was messy.
Congratulations on your 12 July 2010 Feature!
Keep the great work coming!
Excellent work handling the light in this one Jenny. Very beautifully done.
Thank you Jim.
Congratulations – MrsWillow has featured your work in the Landscape Painting group today – 16/7/10
What a soft and lovely landscape. I love the way the light shines through.
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