Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Yellow Woods - Fall in Oxford

Yellow Woods - Fall in Oxford by linfrye
Yellow Woods - Fall in Oxford, a photo by linfrye on Flickr.

9" x 12"
Arches 140#CP

Yellow fields have again captivated me -- and here, one of the many barns in Oxford, the yellow wildflowers and tangle of trees have almost hiding the barn.

This scene is but four miles from my home - and I carefully watch the site as the wildflowers change with the seasons. The fall's yellow flowers - rudbeckia, coreopsis, goldenrod - all mix with the wild grasses also found there. I don't venture far into the tangle - the knowledge that ticks are still active keeps me at road's edge. Still, I admire the way the changes play over this bit of rural life.

I'll be off line for the rest of the week as our classes and trips rev up --- I'll be checking in sporatically as I can - but hope to catch up on Friday ....

Have a grand week!

6 comments:

Susan said...

What a perfect place to spend quiet time. This is beautiful.

Katiejane said...

Love this!

Joan Sicignano Artist said...

Lin, you work is like Chicken soup for the soul. I feel at piece when I visit your blog. Your paintings and your words beautiful.

All the best to you this week.
Mike and I are off to Virginia to see the grands on Saturday.

Take care,
Joan

Teri C said...

Oh, jus beautiful and glowing.

Joan T said...

Ooh! I feel like I'm immersed in yellow foliage! Wonderful!!

Lorraine said...

I love how the blue/green of the foliage plays against the bright yellow. Such a serene and restful painting yet full of light and color.

Whew, your whirlwind life makes me tired!!
Big hugs,
Lorraine