Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Field and Fence


Field and Fence
Originally uploaded by linfrye.
Continued guided landscape studies ....

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh oh oh, this is exactly what I was trying to learn in one of those classes at Jerry's last year (what to do with the foreground in landscapes). You've got it!!!!! I always start with the sky, then the mountains, then a line of trees and then I'm lost. Good on you as they say down under!
Hugs,
Lorraine

Bonny said...

Lovely! Lin, this reminds me so much of the fields where I grew up in Germany. My best friend Siglinde and I would go and pick wild flowers to bring home. They never lasted long...but this gorgeous painting will. Hope you frame it!

Karen at Pen in Hand said...

Excellent composition and detail, Lin.

Terri said...

I'm continually left with my mouth open at how beautifuly your work is these days. Just gorgeous Lin. You have come SO very far my friend. Your work is fabulous.

Africantapestry said...

Love your landscape! It is so well done - the fence post with the delicate wild flowers...great contrasts.
Ronell

Susan Hosken said...

This is delightful and so unlike the dry parched paddocks of where I live in Australia in the drought.
Lots of love from Susan in Australia

Serena said...

Lovely work, Lin ~ :)

Teri C said...

so lovely Lin!! Also love your organges! so well done.

Linda said...

Lin, this landscape is just wonderful! You should be proud! (and so should your teacher...
:-)

aPugsLife-laserone said...

Oh, this is just beautiful! I really like this one. :)

Lindsay said...

Happy Mother's day to you Lin! I love these posts. Your art work is so beautiful.