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Autumn at Trawool by Lynda Robinson

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Pastel on Colourfix sanded paper (burgundy).

Autumn in Australia is a beautiful season! The intense heat has diminished from the sun and beautiful days are followed by cool nights. Our weather over Easter has been exactly as depicted in this painting. I painted this last year and sold it at an art show soon afterwards. Trawool is an extremely scenic area only a few kilometres from my home.

Featured in the Rural Around the Globe group – April 2009
Winner of ‘Changing Seasons’ challenge in the ‘Real’ Life Art group – April 2009

I am a pastel artist living in country Victoria, Australia. My subjects vary, ranging from landscapes, portraiture, animal studies, figurative, life drawing, still life and I find the challenge of painting water particularly enjoyable.

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  • Mrswillow
    Mrswillowover 5 years ago

    Beautiful…brilliant colour.I think this is a “newie” …don’t think I have seen it before!

  • Maybe you didn’t see it Sandra, but it is not a “newie”. Sold it at ‘TARTS’ Tallarook Art Show last year.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • sundawg7
    sundawg7over 5 years ago

    A splendid painting Lynda. I love landscapes…and especially painted ones.

  • Many thanks Ron. I really appreciate your interest in my work. Your camera would LOVE this area of Northern Victoria!!!!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • adgray
    adgrayover 5 years ago

    but then I love all your work lol
    I especially like the blue shadows!
    and do I know this? would it be the private road through the valley north of the Golburn & the end of the Tallarook state park to my fave camp spot? – Ah to go back there!

    Gorgeous again as always! BRAVO !!
    Chookas! X♥X

  • Thought you would recognise the area Alyssa!!! It is a side road off the back road to Tallarook, but I can’t remember the name of it!!! There are only a couple of properties along it and it is a dirt road that comes to a dead end.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • adgray
    adgrayover 5 years ago

    YES !!!!!!!!
    and one of the last properties is a gorgeous big old white home from the 1800s [poss early1900s] – is that a touch of it in your painting?
    to the left of this spot you are standing viewing it from is a property up in the trees with loads of “No Shooting!” signs around
    but at that dead end is a camp ground!!!!!! about 8 acres along the river!
    and the valley runs east west so the days are as long as anywhere yet you are surrounded by hills!
    I knew I knew it!!!!
    Woooohooooooooooo!!! I feel so excited now!!! lol
    Now when can I get up there …….. uuuuummmmmm………….. lol
    Chookas you wonderful lady you! X♥X
    & thank you for this blast of memory!! It’s made my day !!! :O)

  • You make me smile Alyssa! I think the home you are referring to is the Miller farm – that is a bit further up the road, so no, that isn’t it in this painting.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 5 years ago

    lovely work, well done

  • Thanks Antanas.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanover 5 years ago

    this is beautiful Lynda…love the colours with the golden grass – great depth and such a lovely scene…fab. shadows too! perfect

  • Thanks Linda. The shadows were the bit I most enjoyed!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • maria paterson
    maria patersonover 5 years ago

    beautiful light

  • Thanks so much Maria.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • sneha
    snehaover 5 years ago

    awsome!! lovely fresh colors and perspective makes it interesting!

  • Thank you Sneha. Lovely to hear from you.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Edzie
    Edzieover 5 years ago

    Living in this country makes us take its beauty for granted. Glad you capture it so well. Your art makes me want to go for a drive, just to see some of it. Well done.

  • What a great comment Edzie! Thank you very much. Yes, I think I have to agree that we DO take the beauty of our country for granted, so get in the car and head off!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Linda Ridpath
    Linda Ridpathover 5 years ago

    beautiful again lynda, i am always amazed when i look closely at how much pink, lilac, purples you use…. I am forgetting i think how the trees in australia are coloured with so many bluish hues. lovely xxxx

  • Thanks Linda – I try to add some warm tones to the cool areas and vice versa, and I do seem to sometimes ‘see’ colours in landscapes that maybe other people don’t! Maybe I’m just weird!!!!

    – Lynda Robinson

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