Friday, April 22, 2011

High


It's actually 10,000 ft. looking down on Boulder Mt.
In the distance is some of the Grand Staircase, Escalante.
I was really drawn to the pure white of the snow
contrasting with the dark pines and the distant
mountains and valley's.

Watercolor on 140lb arches.  @ 8 x 10

16 comments:

SamArtDog said...

Good job with the prospective of great distance, DD!

Deb Kirkeeide said...

wow, this is really nice, Doug!

loriann said...

Ooooh! I really like this one PB! Grand space, beautiful contrast and really fine assortment of mark! Keep on a roll!

cohen labelle said...

Doug, this is fantastic, hugely fantastic!!!
It knocks my socks off, as they say, makes me feel as though I'm there.
Marcia

Double "D" said...

Sam, thank you. I was hoping for perspective but will settle for prospective.

Thank you Deb.

Thanks B, glad you like it. Hopefully this is a starting point.

Marcia, that's a really nice thing to say. I'm so glad you're pleased with it. Means a lot.

Liz said...

I can feel the chill in the air! Love it!

David Westerfield said...

Beautiful Doug. I love the sense of depth.

Double "D" said...

Thanks Liz, it was quite cold up there. The wind was howling. Doug


David thanks, I was hoping for some depth and I think it turned out aldright.

Celeste Bergin said...

such a vast majestic view..painted with great understanding and sensitivity

Double "D" said...

Celeste, thanks very much for the comments.
You're always welcome here. I look forward to visiting
your sight to see what wonderful things you're doing.

Suzanne McDermott said...

I have been away from your site too long!!! Really looking forward to perusing and seeing the sites you saw. This watercolor is fabulous. The strokes for the tree limbs and the evergreens and those across the breadth of the sky and the snow... Talk about confidence! I'm so happy to see your work again. Thanks for coming over....

Double "D" said...

It's nice to be in contact again, I always loved your site and your words of wisdom. Thanks for your great words comments. It feels good to be back in touch.

Good thoughts,
Doug

Mary said...

Doug, this is a lovely painting, with great depth, beautiful tonal balance and contrast, and yet a feeling of accessibility and peace for the viewer. I am delighted to have found your blog (via your comments on Suzanne McDermott's) and have enjoyed browsing both your travel and art entries.

Double "D" said...

Hi Mary and welcome to my blog.
Thank you for your wonderful and descriptive
comments.

Isn't Suzanne a talented person. Great art, tremendous writing and the voice of an angel.
I love all she does.

Jala Pfaff said...

Very nice.

Ysabelle said...

Great art work, your very artistic.
keep it up!


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