Friday, August 05, 2011

Euro Orange

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We are home! The flights were somewhat uneventful, except for the unexpected, extra 5 hours we spent in Atlanta. Ugh. But we are home and settled and enjoying this wonderful 107 or so degree, melting, heat that we've got here in TX, and the complete lack of rain. But am I complaining? No. I got to be in Germany for a month so I don't deserve to complain. : )
This painting is a scene from a little coffeeshop we stopped at somewhere in Germany (can't remember where!). I'm glad I got the photo because the coffee was terrible. Still not complaining ... heh heh.

10 comments:

amy collins said...

I love the orange chairs! So inviting, even if the coffee wasn't good!

ima gallego said...

El color, las luces, la composiciĆ³n, me encanta. Gracias

Pam said...

Lovely. Really, Carol, your great strength (it seems to me) is your eye for composition.

Barbara Andolsek said...

Love it lots!

Amy Hillenbrand said...

This painting has a really cool vibe, with the orange chairs and blue tables. I really like how you handled the background.

artybecca said...

love the cool blue and warm orange together. And the "tiny" table and the "big" table perspective.

brushwork said...

But how was the beer? Love your use of color theory. Always makes things pop!

Anya said...

Excellent composition! Love the way you divided the space with shadow on the ground.

Virginia Floyd said...

What a great composition! I love the perspective on that line of chair backs. Great reflections on the table tops, too.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Oh so Frank Lloyd Wright. Fabulous composition and you must read "loving Frank." Dramatic story.