Sunday, June 11, 2006

NE Wisconsin...Twelve Foot Falls...


















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8"x 10" oil
Painted at last light tonight about
fifteen minutes from Dunbar, Wisconsin

4 comments:

Virginia Wieringa said...

What a wonderful composition! Beautiful brush strokes.

Larry Seiler said...

Thanks Virginia! Appreciated.

They say the apple does not fall far from the tree, and I have spent the better part of this year studying Emile A. Gruppe's work and teachings, as well as Edgar Payne. Studying their work, their thoughts, advice, and experimenting.

After 30 years of painting it is fun to attempt to reinvent oneself and find some exciting things yet to learn. I'm glad you liked this one in particular! Thanks again.

Larry

Michael Pieczonka said...

larry.. I like the colour and somple rise of the rock mass in this painting. This landscape reminds me the Canadian Shield a bit.

Larry Seiler said...

thanks Michael....
I am sorry for not seeing this comment earlier...
I am flattered whenever my work reminds folks of Canadian places, artists and so forth.