Tuesday, June 15, 2010


Lake's Edge

Oil on canvas panel, 6" x 6"
$125 plus $6 shipping in U.S.
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It was a spectacular spring day last Sunday, so we jumped in the truck and took a little voyage of discovery through the mountains. We stopped off at Balm Creek Reservoir, where Winslow debated whether he wanted to get wet. He finally waded in a little, but when his feet started sinking in the soft mud and the water reached his belly, he beat a hasty retreat to shore.

12 comments:

David Page Coffin said...

Perfection.

rahina q.h. said...

it's the the kind of composition in which the body language tells you the expression on Winslow's face.. beautiful work.

Kristin said...

This is really lovely. I like the reflection of the trees in the water.

Marilyn said...

Exceptional Don.

Linda Popple said...

Lovely painting and Winslow is a perfect addition.

SamArtDog said...

I can imagine the warmth of the sun which prompted Winslow to try the water. What a sturdy little guy!

Don Gray said...

I wish, David! Thanks for the encouragement.

Don Gray said...

What a nice thing to say, Rahina--thanks.

Don Gray said...

Kristin, welcome to my blog and thanks for your comment.

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Marilyn. Glad you're posting again.

Don Gray said...

Hi Linda--thank you.

Don Gray said...

Yes, he is sturdy, Sam. But I imagine he wished his sturdy little legs were longer when he started sinking!