(a journey with watercolour and my dog)
i love this one pat also the title reminds me of the song by eva cassidy same title beautifull song beautifull painting
Thanks, Bob xx
This beautiful tractor, it seems that cues from the fog!Pat Brava!
Thanks, Francesco :) Glad you like it :) xx
Oh wow! That's the perfect subject for your soft golden background! Many times on my way to work in the morning, I used to see a farm tractor off in the fields, coming through the fog, with the sunrise behind him... just like this. It's great! You are so creative!
Thank you, Katherine.. I'm pleased it evoked such memories for you. I love to experiment - and this one hits the creative mark :) xx
This is great Pat! Wow, fantastic. I love the tractor and how you just indicated the shadows of the wheels and they emerge.
Thanks, Gretchen - and well spotted with the shadows! I was quite proud of that :) xx
When I clicked on the painting it came out nice and big, and oh, what beautiful, gentle coloring throughout. I love what you did there.
Thanks Marie. It does have a very gentle old-world feel to the colouring :) xx
Love your breezy style Pat!
Thanks, Dora :) xx
Beautiful, Pat and definitely unexpected! That soft background is perfect for a tractor and seems to glow. Another success!Sheryl
Thank you Sheryl, so glad you like it and think its a success! xx
Not what I expected at all, but is perfect and my country girl heart loves it.
Glad you think its perfect, Tonya - my country heart skipped a beat when I'd finished it! :) xx
What a beautiful painting, Pat! I love the poured background, and the way you decided the subject after seeing the result... this is real creativity!
Thank you Cristina - you are very kind xx
Wow! NOW I can see what you meant by the wheat blowing in the wind! What fantastic imagination you have. I love the tractor too :0)
Thanks Sandra, glad you could see where I got the wheat from - and that you love love the painting xx
Oh, gorgeous! I just found your blog and I'm enjoying it.
Hello and welcome to my blog, Linda xxSo glad you liked this painting and the blog and became a follower. Thank you xx
Wonderful, Pat, I really loved it! I think a good painting has to leave something for the viewer to guess.When the artist makes everything very detailed it's boring.I'll still enjoy this painting after I close my computer, I'll be thinking about the fields of Gold ( first time I read Lord...that's my imagination working, you made it! )xx
Thanks, Anamaria - I'm so glad you enjoyed this one :) I will be doing some more this way again, soon! xx