Monday, April 5, 2010

Sedona Revisited













Nothing new yet!
I did find this one in the flat file.
Umm, I need to do something with this!

10 comments:

SamArtDog said...

Thanks for posting this change of scenery. Goes to show how watercolor can successfully do a dryscape.

TheChieftess said...

YAY!!! You're back!!!

loriann said...

Hi PB! Good to see you back posting, you are excised that it is not new. I have been wondering, as you have been recuperating have you been painting in your head?

Double "D" said...

Hey Sam,

it's all about color and water on any landscape.
However it's difficult to hide the fact that it is
watercolor, eh?
Thanks for your continued support and for stopping by. Always good to hear from Boulder!
My wife's Aunt and Uncle and cousins used to live in Broomfield, just north of Denver.

Double "D" said...

Hey Chieftess,

I'm working my way back and beginning to feel some progress. Any little progress is good news. I was tired of looking at a block of type and had to post something. I hope I don't run out of pieces to post.

Double "D" said...

Hi B,

I have been painting in my head and had some good ideas I think. Unfortunately my head is a terrible place to store ideas. Right now I'm trying to break some awful habits that started over the last 3 months. I need to get out more and leave the house behind as much as possible. Too many naps and way too many snacks. I have some weighty issues.

When I remember some of what I painted in my head I'll share them with you and see what you think. In the mean time I'll keep working on the shoulder and physical therapy.
How is you health going, have they come up with anything yet. You take care of yourself, K?
Hugs PB.

Jala Pfaff said...

Love how you did the foliage.

Welcome back!

Roger Dell Seddon said...

Hi Doug. Mental painting is good and has august precedent. In a letter to Theo, Vincent commented that at night he would dream about painting and in the morning he painted his dreams. Glad to hear you are much better and thinking about it but beware. At our age there can be a risk of spending more time thinking about it than doing it. !!

Silver said...

This feels like a touch of Japanese influence in the art work to me..

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

wicked nice :D