Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Baker Valley Farm


Oil on board, 6" x 8 1/2"
SOLD

 
We're leaving tomorrow to spend some time with family, so this will be the last post until after Christmas.

The video I posted December 20th is now on YouTube, where the image quality is much better. Click here to see it.  There's an icon at lower right that will enlarge to full screen.

Have a wonderful Christmas!

12 comments:

rahina q.h. said...

wonderful composition, a beautiful post to leave us with and take a break... you know the balance of tones and hues gives the impression of photorealism (imho)
my best wishes to you and yours:)

SamArtDog said...

Thanx for the UTube present!
Have a magic Christmas which brings everything you need.
Love, luck and good health!

Postcards from Detroit said...

Beautiful painting Don, Have a great Christmas!

Pierre Raby said...

Wonderful scene Don. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Gary L. Everest Paintings said...

Hi Don,
You sure know how to make a Portlander feel cold! I imagine you're up to your eyes in snow and very cold, too. That is, unless you've wimped-out and secretly jetted away to Hawaii for the holidays.
Naw-w-w, I believe you love it out there. So, have a wonderful Christmas and may the New Year bring you inspiration and happiness.
Sincerely,
Gary

http://www.onpainting.wordpress.com said...

A lovely winter scene. Reminds me of freezing my patootie going down to the barn.

Don Gray said...

Many thanks, Rahina. season's best to you!

Don Gray said...

Hi Sam--thanks for the great Christmas greeting. Hope your Christmas has been a terrific one. Joy for the New Year!

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Stephen. Merry Christmas to you!

Don Gray said...

Thanks a lot, Pierre--Merry Christmas to you and thanks for your friendship.

Don Gray said...

Hi Gary--actually we're in your neck of the woods for Christmas...we're with our kids in Portland. I hope your Christmas has been a wonderful one. Much joy and happy painting in the New Year!

Don Gray said...

Yes, lots of patooties get frozen around these parts.

Nice to heaqr from you, Bill, and Merry Christmas. Your portrait of Rahina looks great!