Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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This is from one of the photographs I took on the beach in Georgia. I love the expectant dog and the tennis ball thrower. It was really fun doing people for a change.

17 comments:

Mary Valente's Painting Blog said...

This is VERY cool. Nailed it!

adebanji said...

Amazing!

Mari Jose Molina said...

Beautiful scene! good job

Kathy Cousart said...

Phenomenal! You nailed the ladies and the dog just quivering with anticipation is fabulous. Love the reflections in the wet sand too. This is so masterfully painted- Carol-You can paint anything you want and just have such a gift! Love it!!

Rita Vaselli said...

Hello, Carol!
from one side of the world as people have similar activities on the sandy beach!
Your painting is vivid and has all the atmosphere of these moments and these places (I was born in Tuscany in a country of sandy beach, Lido di Camaiore).
I admire the way you paint expressive,
with deep colors!

Bobbi Heath said...

Beautifully done, Carol! I love the looseness. And what a narrative. Girl's best friend.

Denise Soper said...

love this one!

Virginia Floyd said...

I love the dog! You captured his happiness with so few strokes! And I really like the sun on the girl's back. Very nice!

Crystal Cook said...

I LOVE this one. Love, love, love, love, love. You really captured that gesture that's telling what they're doing in an awesome way. It's fanfreakintastic Carol. :))

Crystal Cook said...

P.S. I'm putting in a request for a painting I'd like to see you do, because you know, artist's love being told what to do and all. But I'd really love to see you paint a horse. :)

Erin Dertner said...

It's just so all-around playful. The scene is charged with fun emotion and every stroke and color choice expresses GLEE.

silentwitness said...

Love it! It never ceases to amaze me how you create subtle "life" in the quiet areas of your artwork, supporting the areas that sing. The movement in your grouping is very calligraphic and divine!

martinealison said...

J'aime la lumière et l'atmosphère de cette peinture... Gros bisous

Scott Parker said...

Awesome!!! So much movement!!!Love your use of color and brushwork

SamArtDog said...

Well-done figures and yah-yah dog painted in an excellent background make for a very convincing picture.

Donna Weathers said...

Awesome! I absolutely love it!

Laura Leeder said...

I admire how you capture the essence of the story so well with your loose bushstrokes and color!