Thursday, September 24, 2009



East Fork

Oil on board, 7" x 5"
$125 plus $6 shipping in U.S.
SOLD


The east fork of the Wallowa River begins at a crystalline, snowmelt lake, high in the rugged mountains of the Eagle Cap Wilderness area. Icy waters tumble and pool their way down the steep-sided canyon, splashing over and around granite boulders and deadfall timber. The sound is pure music.

8 comments:

rahina q.h. said...

the painting is wonderful.... the description just took me there. r.

Don Gray said...

Much appreciated, Rahina. I'm enjoying your recent portraits.

Cooper Dragonette said...

So simple and dynamic. Great composition and brushwork!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

Outstanding work you've been painting! I had to check and see where these spots are you've portrayed. Some look very much like north Idaho!

Artpencil Radisch said...

great artworks!

Don Gray said...

Hi Cooper, great to hear from you. Thanks a lot!

Don Gray said...

Thanks a lot, Diana. I guess you could say these paintings come from your "neck of the woods" geographically. Wallowa County is in Oregon's extreme northeast, so not that far from northern Idaho, at least as the crow flies. Of course there are a few pesky mountain ranges to get across! :>)

Don Gray said...

Thanks Artpencil and welcome to my blog.