Sunday, 20 January 2013


Day 20 - 30 in 30

Ask about larger Originals in the same series or Prints of this ACEO. To view my Gallery please visit Daily Paintworks.  

This painting is SOLD but I'm happy to take a commission for a similar work. Contact me to inquire about prints and Art cards.

This painting captures that moment between day and night when light reflected off snow gives the impression of daylight but the ravines are already deep in velvety night.

I remember these hills in the summer with bees buzzing and crickets chirping but now all is silent with that hush only snow can bring. A blazing fire and a mug of hot cider is waiting as I head home through the ever darkening night. 

Tip: When painting a snow scene bring a little warmth to the palette in a few places. It doesnt have to be much but it turns a cold scene into something welcoming.

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How many paintings does it take to become a professional Artist?
The importance of Statistics
"Every Painting should have a hint of red"
Where will your painting find a home?
A fascination for Miniatures - ATC, ACEO, OOAK etc  
"I would rather die of passion than of boredom"
(Cat # 13019 - posted as # 81 on Leslie Saeta's 30 in 30)