Saturday, September 18, 2010

SKY PAINTING BY TOM BROWN


“SKY LIGHT”
6x8 inch original oil painting
By Tom Brown
SOLD


I love rich, subtle color. Can you tell? I could give you the whole story about how this painting came to be, but I think it speaks for itself. If you’ve ever watched the indescribable hues dancing across the sky at this time of day, you can probably relate to this.

Let me know if you like it, or if you’d like to buy it. tombrownstudio@cox.net
Thanks for looking.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Sparrowhawk said...

love the brilliant colours that dance and sparkle in this painting..

6:05 PM  
Blogger Sheriart said...

This is a beautiful painting. The colors and directness of each stroke make it a lively painting.

6:19 PM  
Blogger nancy wood said...

The reason that landscapes speak for themselves is because theta are boring, and they have nothing to say, but how you got to these destinations, and what makes you the person who creates these breathtaking images is so fascinating, I can hardly contemplate anything else, it's an endlessly fascinating story. So real, yet so inexplicable. I'm dumbfounded. You portray the most complex phenomena with such concise sophistication. Wow. the clarinet still has me mesmerized, the light reflected in the shadow. It's invisible in it's perfection, like the things you don't say. But that we eventually know.

7:47 PM  

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