Spring Afternoon - Goulburn River by Lynda Robinson

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Pastel on Colourfix paper (burgundy) – 50cm x 35cm

On a fairly blustery afternoon a couple of weeks ago I took a stroll along the banks of the Goulburn River, in an area called The New Crossing Place, armed with a sketchbook and a camera. This is the result. I was determined to catch the bright yellow wattle before it was all blown away. (Sometimes we suffer for our art! My hair kept blowing in my face and the pages of my sketchbook kept blowing over)!

Featured in Realist Paintings about Water – Sept 2009
Featured in Lakes & Inland Waterways – Oct 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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Comments

  • Davies
    Daviesabout 5 years ago

    I just adore the colours in this Lynda. You certainly know how to make our country look beautiful.

  • Thanks for a fabulous comment Noelene.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • adgray
    adgrayabout 5 years ago

    I love the colours you get in the water and bark
    You show that the world around us is really made up of a myriad of rainbow shades not just one or two colours!
    absolutely dreamy!
    and totally EXQUISITE!!!
    and my fave part of the world too!
    Thank you! X♥X

  • Thank YOU Alyssa. You always make the most amazing comments!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Tahnja
    Tahnjaabout 5 years ago

    fantastic! I took a similar shot here by the local nowra river as I was thinking of your work. But I could never do this with it….sigh…..I was just dreaming away with a happy snap lol

  • Oh Tahnja, I’m sure you could do a lovely painting of the Nowra. Thanks for a lovely comment!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • cdcantrell
    cdcantrellabout 5 years ago

    Awesome work

  • Thanks Craig. It is great to hear from you and your constant support of my work is very much appreciated.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanabout 5 years ago

    well it was worth getting blown around when you produce works of art like this L.L. beautiful pastel painting as always…detail on the bark is fabulous and the river with its light sparkles….:-D

  • Thank you so much you dear thing Lindy Lou! It was a most enjoyable afternoon. Not another soul around except a jogger and his inquisitive dog!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Cathy Amendola
    Cathy Amendolaabout 5 years ago

    as usual Lynda…beautiful work..!!!! did you take a photo and go to a nice comfy studio to to create..OR stay on site with those nasty conditions….which
    ever I am so glad you did…this is lovely!
    Cathy

  • A bit of both Cathy. Started on site, and finished in the studio from my sketch and my photos. Thanks for a great comment.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Rodney Campbell
    Rodney Campbellabout 5 years ago

    This is such a beautiful pastel! Love the colors and the beautiful shading.

  • Thanks Rodney. I appreciate your lovely comment.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • adgray
    adgrayabout 5 years ago

    My Tom was just looking at this and your “Shallows” pic and frowning – cos he kind of recognised it but wasnt sure why then I said that it was the Golburn near Seymour and he was all excited and stunned and could tell me (roughly) where our camp was in relation to the shallows perspective!
    He was born in Seymour and “our camp” was there on the Golburn (Opposite Trawool) Easter 1998 (when he was about 8 – he’s almost 19 now!) and in our campsite he lined a fire pit in stones for me to cook on! lol (Incinerate a whole leg of lamb in actually! lol)
    So there you go he recognised it too! =0þ
    Chookas! X♥X

  • I am amazed! Thank your Tom for me! I bet the leg of lamb tasted really good!!!!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • adgray
    adgrayabout 5 years ago

    hahahahahaha nope! lol the fire was so hot that when I went to pull it out the tongs went straight through the foil – nothing not even a bone! lol we ended up having ham steaks instead! lol so much for my special 35th birthday tea! lol But the camp was awesome! one incinerated lamb leg roast was easily forgiven! – but not forgotten!!! lol =0þ
    Chookas! ♥

  • JaninesWorld
    JaninesWorldabout 5 years ago

    beautiful Lynda

  • Thanks heaps Janine.

    – Lynda Robinson

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