Wednesday, March 11, 2009

"Climbing"

This month has been, and will be a bit slow. Sorry. I have had some sick kids this week. And, I will be going out of town soon.

I actually tried to do a landscape painting yesterday since the weather was looking a bit nicer. So I went up the canyon and set up. However, I did not last very long because it was bitter-cold. I got back in my car and realized that it was twenty degrees colder than in the valley. I think I will have to wait for a few more weeks.

10 comments:

Barbara M. said...

Wow Aaron,

Are those plums? I like the title.
Nice colour combination, and as always
brilliant style.

Barbara

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Aaron, I love the dark and mysterious quality of your painting! Beautiful blue and purple combination!

milindmulick said...

great as usual..but.. waiting for your larger ones

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Love this. Brilliant.

Sandra Galda a Daily Painter said...

I have admired your art in this blog for a long time. I imagine you must be cleaning your brush often to keep such clear fresh colors? I look forward to seeing your work each post! thanks for the inspiration.

mizah g√ľncel said...

very good
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Linda said...

Hi Aaron,
Your "Painting a Day" comes to my inbox like a little gift to which I look forward very much. I love the edges you find in even the most organic material... it's facinating. To me, your work suceeds best when you put a strong light on your subject & give us some interesting darks/lights & contrasting colors.

I, too, eagerly await some larger work. In the meantime, I am enjoying these little paintings very much & wish you continued success!

Linda

Terry Daniels said...

I keep thinking of Boo-Berry cereal. I don't mean that badly - it's not often that you see that purple and that blue combined. I love the simplicity.

LSaeta said...

Holy smokes! This is an amazing painting! I absolutely love it!

Moses said...

Nice use of colors.You have a special talent for blending them.
Thanks for sharing.