Evening Clouds & Queen Anne's Lace

Friday, September 19, 2008

September Dawn

A very cool and overcast fall day greeted our
gang of outsiders today at Beaver Lake.
I had gone hoping for colour and didn't let reality
get in the way. For the past few weeks we
have had the most glorious light just before
sunrise and it seems to have found its
way into today's plein air painting.
Oil on board 10 x 8.
Your comments are welcomed.
Jeffrey
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10 comments:

Ron Morrison said...

Hi Jeffrey, beautiful diffused light in these. The whole Comox Valley is one big painting this time of year...I have to get out...

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks Ron...and am sure your area is amazing at this time of year!

Jeffrey

Mary Firth said...

I've been looking at your blog and your paintings for quite a while and finally just have to say how much I enjoy your paintings. I look at them... it makes me feel I'm there. Can almost smell that early morning air.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thank you Mary for the wonderful comment. I appreciate it very much.

Jeffrey

Todd Bonita said...

You got it! That light is right on..nice intimate feel to this Jeffrey. Great piece as always.
best,
Todd

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks for that Todd!

Jeffrey

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Love it. Feels just like the moment where the sun peeks over the trees.
I am so excited to be heading to Nova Scotia for a week with 2 painter girlfriends!

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks Mary, it feels good to hear that.

Jeez, wish I was headed to Nova Scotia with a couple of girl friends...oops...did I say that...just kidding...have a great time and paint lots.

Jeffrey

Melinda said...

This painting is exquisite! The quietness, the coolness, the sense of peace before the start of another day of busyness are rendered here with skill and a kind of reverence. Very inspirational.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Wow, thanks Melinda! I think I'm going to try a larger version of it maybe.

Jeffrey