Autumn Blaze



Autumn Blaze
October 2006
Watercolor on Indian Village paper, 7 x 10"
on hold for exhibit


It's probably ridiculous to show autumn scenes in spring but that's what I'm doing, so be it. I wish I could tell you what flowering tree is turning here (I think it's a dogwood) but I do know that the yellow tree to the left is the Bradford Pear we lost last month.

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4 comments:

Dawn said...

wow Suzanne! these are all just lovely! your yard is beautiful as well as your paintings.

laura said...

I love the way you handled all these trees and foliage (Fairfield Porter-esque?) And really enjoy "finding" the little primary blocks--yellow, red, blue--in the background. Bright, lively, and full of command of the material!

Suzanne said...

Thanks, Dawn! I'm so glad you like the yard and the paintings. You'll be seeing these evolve over the next couple of weeks.

Suzanne said...

Hi Laura,

Fairfield Porter? Ok! That's a compliment. I wasn't so sure about showing these so I appreciate your comments. More to come...