Thursday, July 1, 2010


The salt marshes are all around us and are a continual changing enviornment. I find them fascinatingly beautiful. This was painted from a photograph that my husband took while kyaking in early spring. The grasses are an intense yellow green at this time of the year. I have only painted a few landscapes and feel that the only way to learn is by jumping in and swimming with the current!

6X8 inches
Raymar canvas panel


Linda Popple said...

Absolutely beautiful, Linda! I like the abstract quality and your color palette.


Wonderful transgression in the coloring with your water Linda! Simplistic and beautiful.

Ruth Andre said...

I find your brushwork fascinating. This landscape is wonderful Love it!

Kerri Settle said...

I'm in agreement about marshes; I love how they're constantly reshaping themselves. Great use of loose brushstrokes!

Dana Chabino said...

Very Nice!
Great job!

Best wishes!

Julie Hill said...

Linda...great piece! the colors and looseness really work!

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Linda, love your landscapes! Stunning, and so abstract! I also was interested in reading that you live in Beaufort, S.C. I love your charming town. We visited several years ago, and loved it! I am envious!

Victor Errington said...

Seeing that you have only painted a few landscapes Linda, you have done a brilliant Job with this one. It is exactly how I like to see a Landscape painted. Brilliant colours too. All the best Linda.
P.S. Linda is there any particular reason why you don`t answer these comments? forgive me if you can`t.

LindaHunt said...

Thank you all for your wonderful comments. I feel like a fish out of water doing landscapes but in time perhaps I'll get better. Thanks so much!!

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