Monday, July 18, 2011

The Old Barn, 10" x 10"


















I wanted to have this piece finished and framed for the Lavender Festival last week but I had reached a point where careful consideration was needed, so very reluctantly I decided to let it rest for a little while.
Even today, after having taken a few final shots I impulsively added some blue green to the background tree, and that had the effect of tying things together.

6 comments:

Donna T said...

Nice one Adriana. I like the effect of the soft light on the grass and barn. I can never rush paintings into frames either. They need to incubate (or my idea of them needs to.)

davesart said...

Beautiful painting, Adriana, keep up the good work!

hmuxo said...

Adriana, I love this peaceful scene..adding the blue to the top of the old barn..did finish it. As always, your paintings make my day.!

~ deb ~ said...

THAT is beautiful!

Adriana Meiss said...

Donna, Thank you! "Incubating a painting" ( I love the term!) is a new thing for me, especially when the painting seems to work, but I'm getting better at waiting.
davesart, Thank you!
Hilda, Thanks a bunch!
Deb, Thank you for stopping by!

Rik no Orkut said...

Bom!