Wednesday, August 18, 2010

"Fire Sky At Ghost Lake"; plein air oil painting by Sharon Lynn Williams

"Fire Sky At Ghost Lake"; plein air oil painting, 9 x 12"
$595.00 framed, FREE S&H

Lately we have been getting a lot of smoke from forest fires burning to the west and north of us, and it has been doing funny things with the way the mountains look in the distance -you can't even see them from town sometimes. This was painted from Ghost Lake which is quite close to the Kananaskis range. The day was so lovely and hot, I was sorry I didn't have my bathing suit along.

I have just been accepted into a new online group of daily painters called Fresh Paint Daily Painters. The other artists there are really top notch, and I am thrilled to be a part of them. Please check them out and subscribe to their daily posts.


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Sandra Galda said...

Hi Sharon nice to have you on Fresh Daily ! Your work is beautiful!

Jacki Newell said...

Wow, I love this. It is really beautiful. Such a striking design and colors. Nice work! Congrats on your acceptance to the Fresh Paint website.

Katie Wilson-Bernatas said...

Sharon, I really like your paintings. This one has a nice graphic feel to hit. We had a couple days here in the northeast when we were getting smoke from forest fires in Canada. The haze was everywhere. Our weather forecast was "smoke".

Sharon said...

Thanks Jacki and Sandra: I am hoping it will all work out well!

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It is a simple painting but I assure you that your painting will attract many eyes. It has a something that is so fascinating that you can't find in any other paintings.

Sharon said...

Wow, that is possibly the nicest comment I have received -I hope you are right!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

What I love about this is the fabulous recession of distance. Your color harmony is always right on.