The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
oh, i want to lay me down in that green grass...but alas...it is a far off dream for now...
This painting is noticeably "summer-like" compared to the two previous posts.The greens are so green it's wonderful.I do see that brown/blue combination still happening in the background though. LOLThe thing I wanted to comment on the most was the detail. For being such a small painting you packed quite a bit of detail into the trees, grass, and the building in the middle-ground.Really good job with that!-Dean
Ah, Martha, you'll be dancing through daffodils before you know it.
Thanks, Dean--much appreciated.
I have a hard time believing how well you paint all these scenes. They look so very natural. This is a beauty.
Don,I love this piece...one can almost feel the grass. This painting feels like a nice summer day.
Thank you Onpainting (Lisa/Bill) for your generous note.
I appreciate it, Jean. Thanks for the visit.
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