Overcast



Overcast
October 2007
Watercolor on Lana hot press paper, 4 x 6
on hold for exhibit


Here, I took out the dogwood tree and some of the wax leaf privet to use the back neighbor's house as a compositional anchor.

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5 comments:

Dawn said...

ohh I like this one too! great job on all the green!

Suzanne said...

Thanks, Dawn!

laura said...

A lovely scene. I would find tackling all that green daunting; you've done it beautifully!

Suzanne said...

I love my greens, Laura. Thank you! The trick is that they're not all green. If you squint your eyes and look at what you think is a very green landscape, you'll notice all sorts of colors!

Mineke Reinders said...

I'm intimidated by greens, too, even knowing that green isn't always just green. You did a great job here, very lively and atmospheric.