Tag Archives: Meadow

Down in the Meadow

This is the same meadow from yesterday’s post, but the focus is much more narrow, and the vegetation is more wild. This is an spontaneous sketch where I just painted in the moment, putting in color and shapes without planning. … Continue reading

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The Meadow’s Edge

The Meadow’s Edge The shapes of the juniper trees which line my brother’s meadow are delightful. I spent the morning trying to get them just right.

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Line of Junipers

Today I walked out to a part of my brother’s land that is usually a small pond ringed by a meadow and juniper trees. This year it is so dry that there is only a suggestion of green in the … Continue reading

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Trunks in a Meadow

  I love the look of tree trunks against the grasses and shrubs in a meadow. And I also like the layered look that the different grasses in a field make, stretching from edge to edge. I did not have … Continue reading

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Meadow on the Village Bypass Trail

Mountain Bikers love the Village Bypass Trail and I had a great time marveling at their speed and courage as I stood above the trail and sketched this morning. I considered including a few but they flew by so fast … Continue reading

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Another Meadow

This is another sketch which, like yesterday’s, is mostly about learning to paint meadows. However, this one is painted from a photo because by the time I got up to where this meadow is on the Telluride ski slopes it … Continue reading

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