Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Snow Road--Original Landscape Oil Painting

Although I enjoyed painting this 5x7 inch oil painting, I'm glad the recent snow in the Pacific Northwest has disappeared. When the snow first began, I was enchanted by the beauty of the falling snow, but my excitement soon was muffled. The media is now referring to the event as the Month-Long Storm. It began in mid December with over a week of snow, ice, and cold temperature. As the ice and snow began to melt, pouring rains followed, resulting in wide-spread flooding. Interstate 5 was closed, homes were flooded, and roofs leaked and collapsed. It has been a devastating event to inhabitants of the beautiful Pacific Northwest where we are used to mild weather and gentle rains. I have listed this painting for sale in my Etsy Gallery and prefer to remember this scene as a reminder of the beautiful first snow of the year and forget about all the nasty events that followed. The painting can be purchased for $50.00 plus $6.50 for shipping. Just click here. If you would like to see other small landscape oil paintings of trees, mountains, fields, or water reflections please visit my Etsy Gallery.
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3 comments:

Atul Pande said...

Nancy: I feel the same way about snow -- looks nice at first, but I would just as soon it went away forever! Beautiful painting. Nice shadows.

Dave King said...

I have had an enjoyable first visit to your blog. Like your work. Fresh and original.

Nancy Merkle said...

Thank you so much for your kind comments. Hope you will both visit again very soon!