Thursday, August 26, 2010



Rockslide

Oil on canvas, 12" x 12"
$750 plus $12 shipping in U.S.





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I've recently done a little more work on this larger painting that was posted about a year ago. The changes are very subtle--a little re-structuring of the clouds and some glazing work, but it was enough that I decided to re-post.


10 comments:

Susan Roux said...

I can really feel the steepness and the height of your vantage point! You really captured it well. You sent me mountain climbing! Awesome.

SamArtDog said...

Good strong diagonals... the scree of the rocks and the skid of the clouds. Pretty exciting!

rahina q.h. said...

the composition is brilliant! and the rocks in the foreground must be like a sweety shop for someone like you who loves painting them (and for me cos i love stones... and trees and moss and ...)

isabel said...

woooowww!!!! muy buen trabajo.Un abrazo.

Don Gray said...

Susan, I can attest that the trail to this point was steep indeed, so I would have been disappointed if it didn't appear that way in the painting! thanks for your encouraging words.

Don Gray said...

You put it very poetically, Sam--thanks!

Don Gray said...

Oh you're so right, I loved painting those rocks, Rahina! Thanks for your thoughts.

Don Gray said...

Gracias, Isabel!

Katherine said...

See... can't leave those rocks behind! Beautiful Don.

Don Gray said...

You're right, Katherine...rocks in my head! :^) Thanks.