Monday, February 1, 2010

Selkirk Range - Northern Rockies

Just finished this and had a great splurge of energy in painting it.  The drawing was done and it sat on the board on my kitchen island for a week while I walked by getting lots of other chores done.  Finally, tonight I just hit it.  And I think with some success.

Here is Selkirk Range, A Piece of the Rockies  11 x 14 watercolor available on ebay and in my etsy shop.

14 comments:

Manu Mane said...

I love your art ! :)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

It has so much depth. The colors are amazing. Very nice.

Rosie Phillips said...

great sky, great mountains, great foreground! Good job!

Campbell Jane said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hi. I still put a few things on Ebay once in a while, how bout you?
Love this painting!

Lin said...

Oh, that is lovely!!!

storybeader said...

where did that scene come from? A photograph, or out a window? It's a beautiful scene! {:-D

fedeWES said...

awesome watercolors! this one and the flower are my fovourite!

Federico

Linda Hammelman said...

The reference for this painting was a photograph shared on WetCanvas.com for the January watercolor forum challenge.

thanks for all your lovely comments!

新衣 said...

生、死、窮、達,不易其操。 ..................................................

Trevor Lingard said...

Hi Linda
A very good watercolour.
Great feeling of perspective and depth.
Kind Regards

artbylmr said...

Love the depth in this one! I want to drive right in!

arttease said...

I enjoyed the beauty of this painting

LisaBongZee ~ Island Dream Life said...

This is just BEAUTIFUL!!

Carrie H. said...

Hi Linda,
i really like this landscape - your lost edges but retained the individual colors on the far hill.
Nice job. I'm a watercolor painter in Oregon.