Evening Clouds & Queen Anne's Lace

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

June Morning-Trial Island

This one was painted this winter from a photo
I took while out salmon fishing.
The sun was breaking through cloud cover behind me
and lighting up the buildings and the rocky shore.
The fog horn from Trial Island
can be heard in many places
around town when the fog rolls in.
Oil on canvas 8 x 10.
Your comments are welcome.
Jeffrey
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"I was not ready for abstraction. I clung to earth and her dear shapes,
her density, her herbage, her juice.
I wanted to feel her volume and I wanted to hear her throb."
(Emily Carr)

6 comments:

perez.art said...

Jeffrey, hello.
Thanks for visiting my Blog and for your nice comment, I just visited your Website and your Blog pages too, I liked a lot of your works, I see that you love the nature like me too, I have seen that also you cares very well the great legacy of the great masters of the Canadian Realistic and Impressionistic painting , I think that I even identify the group of the "Twelve" from Canada, were an excellent group of realistic Canadian artists in the seventies.
Keep you wonderful art!
Friendly.
Alex Perez
www.a-perez.com

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thank you Alex for your wonderful comment.

Jeffrey

Azadzan said...

hi jeffrey:

I just read your comment on my blog. I visited your blog and got to know your paintings. I like them a lot. You do a great work!

best,

Sabereh

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thank you Azadzan hope you will become a regular visitor to my blog.

Jeffrey

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Jeffrey, thanks for visiting my blog.
I don't know if I've mentioned this before but my husband and I vacation in Parrsboro, NS where his mother came from.
We rent a cottage on the Bay of Fundy with a front row seat to the highest and lowest tides.
I've never gotten over my enchantment with the place. Rolling farmland and the huge red bluffs along the shore.
I love your bold style.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

It sounds entirely awesome, Mary. It is one area of the country I really want to visit one day.

Jeffrey