The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
Don, these are just wonderful. I'm enjoying them all day as my background on the computer. It's amazing what air and light and feeling you can pack into a 6" x 6" square. Thanks.
Don,Just keep up that masochistic trait. You made the ocean look so perfect. The indistinct non color that it is. Wish I was there!Mary
Nel, thank YOU--what a nice compliment!
Hi Mary--thanks, I'm glad you feel I caught something of that non-color color. Trying to do that is exactly what drives me crazy.
You've got the subtlety in both of these water paintings. Love the brush strokes on the edges of the waves.Masochist? I knew there was a reason I liked you ;)
Wow! Great job with the colors and lighting; it really sparkles.
Ha, right Mary! I think all us artists must be a bit masochistic. Why else would we choose a career that offers so many ways to be rejected? :) Thanks for the nice thoughts.
Thanks so much, Leslie. Welcome to my blog, I admire your work a lot.
Again, you have a done a wonderful job on the colors in the water. They are so calming. I am fascinated with the light dancing on the waves. How do you get those colors?
Lori, thank you, I appreciate your visit. You do fine work.
Hi Kim--thanks for the comment. I arrive at my colors mostly hit and miss--I just mingle combinations until it seems right. With these subtle tones it's more a question of warm or cool.
Don,Your ocean scenes are wonderful. I just love your work.
Thanks, Jean, much appreciated.
I just found your blog, so pretty. Thanks.
Thank you Ann, welcome to my blog. I'm happy to discover your work.
Sorry I misspelled your name, Anne.
I really like this series of beach paintings. Great light. Great color.
Thanks, Frank. Welcome back from vacation--glad to have you back in the blogosphere.
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