Monday, November 26, 2007

Forsyth Park, Savannah, GA


Forsyth Park, Savannah, GA
Originally uploaded by linfrye
The B&B we stayed in while in Savannah was located just a short walk off this fabulous park. The park, again filled with huge live oaks, was centered around this immense statue (see www.ci.savannah.ga.us/cityweb/p&tweb.nsf/0/1f4da52f3e... for info on the fountain).

Throughout our shop and gallery visits in Savannah, this park and statue was featured over and over again ... so I thought I'd give it my 'novice' touch! LOL

6 comments:

Lorraine said...

Novice touch? I think not. Wow;so much going on in this one -- great detail and shading and I love the way the light falls on the fountain and around it.
Hugs,
Lorraine

Africantapestry said...

a lovely rendering...why does it look so nice and warm there?
ronell

Teri C said...

Your landscapes are just wonderful Lin. All the right colors, depth,reflections.....

Linda said...

Lin -- this is really fantastic. I just love the wonderful patches of sunlight in the foreground. FANTASTIC touch!

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

These are wonderful Lin-just wonderful! Glad your trip was grand!!

hugs, chris

PNH said...

i really like your Savannah paintings. One of my sons lives in Richmond Hill,just a bit south of Savannah. Several years ago I did a painting of the fountain but I was there when the azaleas were blooming, you must go back sometime in the spring