Thursday, July 22, 2010

Au Sable

Waiting on
evolution so painted
this ... I lost track of the
diva ... or maybe there
never was a diva. Fickle


Deb Kirkeeide said...

Eva Lushun, your resident diva is just doing what divas do best - Whatever they they darn well please.

I like this lake view through the foliage - nice treatment.
I think I'd like to be canoeing across to that island

Double "D" said...

Eva Lushun, I like where this is headed.
The Au Sable is thought to be the best trout stream in the U.S. At this location the river is over 2 miles wide because of dam control. This is where it dumps into Lake Huron. Up stream is where the trout fishing is, where the river is maybe 15 ft across. Beautiful.

This view is taken from the top of a huge dune. Maybe you could slide down the dune in a canoe.
Take care Miss Deb,
Mad Dog

SamArtDog said...

Love this. It's the bush-whacking that makes it/

Felicity said...

It's really super - and great to see you painting again!

Double "D" said...

Thanks Sam. Bush-wacking?

Thanks Felicity, finally having some fun again.

loriann said...

WOW! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this one! You are seriously on a roll. I see the diva and the mystery! YOU are outdoing yourself PB! I guess you have had all this stored up in you soul as you mended your body.-b

Jala Pfaff said...

Hey, very nice! Love the sense of looking from a distance. I'd say the diva stayed right with you.

Double "D" said...

Thanks Jala, I'm beginning to have fun again.

Liz said...

Okay, love this one too!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

wicked nice!!
The feeling of peering through the foliage is there and the distance recedes beautifully.

TheChieftess said...

Love this one DD!!! For some reason, your blog isn't coming up on my dashboard I didn't realize you're posting again!!! I love the new background and presentation!!!

DeaBea said...

I'm really happy to see your new paints!
These paints are different!
You seems to be on the crest of the wave.
I want to say : amazing !

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I love when I stumble upon something twice and say WOW...then I go to make a comment and find that I already have.
I love the looseness of your work.