Thursday, July 17, 2008


Low Tide

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Another watercolor landscape today, derived from photos I took two summers ago while painting a mural in New Brunswick, Canada. This image came from my visit to the beautiful Bay of Fundy. Fundy has the highest tide shifts of anywhere in the world--over thirty feet of difference between high and low tides. While walking far out on the tidal plain I turned to see this minimal, elemental view.

8 comments:

Judith D'Agostino said...

This is another beauty. Interesting composition!

Don Gray said...

Thank you, Judith.

HELENE J said...

A great paintings , as all the others!
I like your style: precision and emotion as well! Very impressive!

Takeyce Walter said...

Brilliant!!

Mark Adams said...

Don, I am envious that you can go from yesterday's "Shell Shocked" oil to this charming watercolor landscape with such ease. Takeyce said it best - Brilliant, indeed!

Don Gray said...

Helene, thanks for your visit and comments.

Thank you, Takeyce.

Hi Mark--thanks very much.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I recognized the red mud which you did a great job with!
We visit Nova Scotia for two weeks each summer. Just wonderful.

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Mary. I hope to get back to Fundy sometime, and would love to visit Nova Scotia.