Wednesday, October 15, 2008

AUTUMN LEAVES PLEIN AIR PAINTING BY TOM BROWN




“AUTUMN LEAVES”
PLEIN AIR PAINTING by Tom Brown
6x8 inch original oil on canvas
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Colorful leaves crunched underfoot and the breeze had the clean, fresh smell of Autumn. It was another beautiful day to paint outdoors on location.

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Today’s thought:
Rustling Autumn Leaves


1 Comments:

Blogger Nancy said...

"Autumn Leaves," reminds me of the upulstry on one of my mothers couches, it was hypnotically beautifull, not just the pattern and the colors but there was a shimmer to the brocade that mesmerized me, the way your work does; it makes time stand still, I love it. Carol (I have been showing everyone at the hostpital a colored pen and ink that I did in the park, and they always say, "Wow..." I think they say that because it has the same irredescent quality that your work has, at least I hope so.

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