Friday, July 03, 2009

"Two Trees" Pendray House, oils 9 x 12


Because of my weekly contact with other artists, I'm beginning to paint looser and thicker which certainly helps produce the kind of TEXTURE I'm looking for in my paintings. It's the portrayal of LIGHT combined with sound COMPOSITION that matters to me now.


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This particular painting can be seen at the Morris gallery on Alpha street in Victoria BC.

6 comments:

Albus Genius said...

I don’t know good English but I try to tell you what I see. You must feel that the nature is part of you and you not simply watch. That means that you am brass her you are with her and you see with the eyes of a tree.

Ron Wilson Fine Art said...

Thanks Albus - your English is good, I understand what you are trying to say - thank you for the compliment.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Wonderful piece here Ron...the contrast the light ooo good one!

Jeffrey

Ron Wilson Fine Art said...

Jeffrey, you're no slouch yourself!

Linny D. Vine said...

Wonderful warmth and light, Ron!

Ron Wilson Fine Art said...

Thank you Linny, I am trying to get that airy quality much as what YOU have - it must be so rewarding to achieve it!