Sunday, February 10, 2008

Clear Creek Evening


Clear Creek Evening oil 6 x 5
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Yesterday was another delightful day- Spring seductively wafting through the air. Then last evening I could swear I heard the hum of insects, may be even a cricket or two. It couldn't be, could it? I mean, it is February, isn't it?

6 comments:

Cooper Dragonette said...

Wonderful Deborah, Simple details and great palette.

Petra Voegtle said...

Hi Deborah,
I found your blog a little while ago through another one and thought I should tell you that the more I look at your landscapes the more I love them. Especially your winter landscapes - there is such a serenity and melancholy in them - it could not be better described in images.
I enjoy this very much. Fantastic work!
Warm regards,
Petra

Deborah Paris said...

Thank you Cooper. And I love those seascapes you have been posting!

Deborah Paris said...

Hello Petra and welcome! I was feeling a bit melancholy myself this morning and your comment certainly perked me up- thank you. I actually started visiting your blog a few weeks ago- I really enjoy your thought provoking posts and of course the work - the White Wall is wonderful!

Stephen Magsig said...

Beautiful work Deborah, You have one of the most consistent bodies of work of the bloggers.
I really like the soft atmosphere in most of your work, Outstanding!

Petra Voegtle said...

Hi Deborah, thank you so much for your kind words on my work and blog.
I am feeling that kind of melancholy in winter time as well, especially when there is no sun light for days or even weeks. Some people are even driven into deep depression. Sometimes it helps to just take the brush and paint the sun into ones heart...