Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Meadowlawn Bright by BJ Wright

8" x 10" oil on canvas covered hardboard - painted en plein air, alla prima - $85 including shipping - For immediate purchase please click on 'Buy Now' button.
On June 12th, Sandra, Cathy and I met to paint at a nearby park which is the location of the annual Battle of Tunnel Hill, a Civil War reenactment. It was still early, but we knew we must capture the light and shadow before it got too hot. I did 2 more paintings that day and will post them soon. I had done another painting at this same site on April 30th (posted on May 5th) and the difference in the foliage is amazing. If I painted this same scene every day of the year, I wouldn't be tired of it.
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4 comments:

Lori said...

Nice composition BJ!

bj said...

Thanks, Lori. This location is just beautiful - a long meandering tree line, rolling meadows, blacksmith shop, corn crib, pre-Civil War plantation style house, stream, covered bridge. Just LOTS of things to paint.

wanda knight said...

BJ, I like the freedom expressed in your painting. I responded yesterday, but I don't see it on your comments. Eventually I will figure out this blogging.

Art of Jenna said...

Very nice color and shadows BJ! I also have places I keep returning to paint because there's just so much beauty out there.