Evening Clouds & Queen Anne's Lace

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

'Evening Sky - McNeill Bay'


The waters surrounding these islands and islets have
been the scene of many marine disasters in our
maritime history here on the south Island.
Rough ground that can go from several feet to a hundred
in short order. As well tides that can reach 6-7 knots
make for tricky navigation in the best of conditions, add
in 30 or 40 knots of wind, darkness and
mariners beware.
Fortunately standing as I was on firm ground in late
afternoon sun, painting this piece was not fraught
with such concerns.
=;-))
Wishing you all 'fair winds and following seas'.
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Oil on wood panel 12 x 16.
Your thoughts & comments are always appreciated.
Jeffrey


8 comments:

Caroline said...

A beautiful sky with great light on the sea.

Bruce Sherman said...

Hi there Jeffrey!... I have to agrre whole-heartedly with Caroline's "read" on this little gem!

Loved the commentary as well... it added some extra interest for us folk..."from away"!HAHA!!

Fair winds... and Good Painting there Skipper!

Warmest regards,
Bruce

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks Caroline!

Jeffrey

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Ahhhhaaar matey!! Thanks Bruce!!

Jeffrey

Anonymous said...

Beautiful work Jeff, you're getting better with each painting.
Linda

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks Linda, very much appreciated!

Steve PP said...

Lovely colours in the sky, Jeffrey. your lovely painting gives me a real sense of uplifting!

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks Steve!

Jeffrey