Neighbor’s Tree in Early Winter

March 9, 2017 § 4 Comments

§ 4 Responses to Neighbor’s Tree in Early Winter

  • john iorio says:

    very interesting patternation in the braches, kind of reminds me of burchfield whom I admire.

    • Thank you John – I really struggle with things like tree branches that require focus and detail, so I can see that the connection to Burchfield’s sort of awkwardly direct work. (I like Burchfield too, so thank you very much for the compliment!)

  • John Iorio says:

    love this one in particular…love them all, this one is appealing to me, being a new englander. The branches are well observed, natural, and not over- rendered, fits into the style and brushwork nicely…not an easy subject, at least for me….sorry to hear of your moms passing- she’s just a few years older than me….!

    • Thanks very much John – and yeah, being forced to work fast sometimes is a big help for me in terms of keeping the paint fresh. Snow is such a rare treat here in the low valleys of Southern Oregon. I had that one morning to make the painting, by the afternoon, the snow had dripped off all the branches.

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