Saturday, December 29, 2007


Black Pine

Watercolor on archival paper, 6"x6"
$125.00 + $6.00 shipping in US.
SOLD

6 comments:

Tom Brown said...

I really like your loose, painterly style. Great work!

Tom Brown
http://tombrownfineart.blogspot.com/

jeanneillenye said...

Great!! Love the monochromatic quality, particularly when artists tend to be so absorbed by the excitement of color, to deliberately use a limited palette is wonderfully refreshing and soothing. Also, the long hay laid down there reminds me of many Summers on the farms! Love it!

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Tom. Coming from a master of loose and painterly that's a fine compliment.

Don Gray said...

Jeanne, I appreciate your thoughts. I love rich color as well, but it's fun to explore a limited range sometimes.

silvina said...

This pine cone on the dry grass is amazing. Gives me a peaceful feeling. I feel as though I've stopped mid hike to appreciate the beauty of this object.

Happy New Year, Don.

Don Gray said...

Happy New Year to you, Silvina.

A stop mid-hike to appreciate was exactly what happened. I was walking through a heavily logged-over area and feeling pretty uninspired until I "micro-focused" on this wonderful little pine cone.