Saturday, July 11, 2009

"Farmer"

4 x 4"
oil on masonite
sold

A new painting - adding to a series of glimpses into the Lancaster countryside in Pennsylvania.



18 comments:

Carolyn Finnell said...

your work continues to inspire me.

Tammy Hext said...

and me

Poconoangel said...

I am loving your paintings. Especially your Amish ones. We have a friend who used to be Amish. So my interest is peaked in that area. Thanks for sharing!

AutumnLeaves said...

As much as I loved the other two Amish countryside pieces, this one actually made me gasp when the page loaded. This is simply gorgeous, Karin. Beautifully done.

Camilla Sjölund said...

I really like you paintings, they dont seem typical American but rather like old european picures - But you style is unique

LSaeta said...

The composition you have chosen in this painting is amazing. You had so many options yet this works so well! I love it!

Delilah said...

The Amish in out area have cover buggies that they drive to town. I love this one of the farmer, great colors and brush work

Kay Wyne said...

Oh, I love those brushstrokes and the fresh (not over-worked) colors. Can't wait to see what you are working on next. Solid artwork!!!!

The Karen Chronicles said...

you are very, very talented! i'm glad i discovered you on 'blogs of note'!

TexasRanger said...

Okay, question: do you teach classes?

Debbie said...

I like your style and technique. I am an amateur photographer, and I live close to Amish country.

Tribal said...

Love this work.

patty said...

beautiful1!! I'm loving of your paintings.

CPeterson said...

great composition. don't be afraid to work bigger!

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Carolyn Edwards said...

Hi, I love your work, particularly your loose style, which captures beautifully the mood of whatever you're painting.

I'm a great admirer of painters like yourself who can capture so much with a few loose brushstrokes.

Myself, I work very tight and have trouble 'loosening up'. Need to try it more! ;)

T. said...

Gorgeous. So much detail on such a small canvas!

Firecracker Flo said...

I love your work! This is one of my favorites. It has a very Van Gogh feeling to it, and he just happens to be my favorite artist of all time!

arman said...

wow cool i love your painting, really beautifull,