The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
This is beautiful, very similar to my local countryside, this could be the Royal Forest of Dean
Thank you, Karie-Ann (pencilportraits.) Your drawings are lovely.
Reminds me of canal boat holidays we took when I was a kid, chugging serenely through the countryside counting water voles along the banks.
A lovely study. You really got the cows down. I know from experience they move just enough to be frustrating when drawing.
Sounds serene, Steve--where was that?
That's so true, Onpainting. The trick to painting them is to place them in the far distance and turn them into tiny rectangular globs of paint.
I like the square format for these landscapes Don. I think it gives strength to the composition. Very nice light on this one.
Thanks, Sheila. There is something about a square, isn't there?
Cows and water. So peaceful. You do a fabulous job.
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