Saturday, August 22, 2009


Apple Trees
Neocolor II and colored pencil on Arches HP
approx. 7 x 10 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky

Another in my experimental series. I am really enjoying this method of working. It feels more intuitive. Of course, my ideas are way ahead of my execution of them, as usual.

". . . vision is always ahead of execution, knowledge of materials is your contact with reality, and uncertainty is a virtue."
-Art & Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland

On another note, The Professor has started his very own art blog. Finally! You can check it out here.


MaryO said...

I can't see anything wrong with your execution, but of course I don't have access to your vision. I think your work is exciting. I can tell you're having fun, and that's what it's all about!

Connie said...

I love the way your soft touch captures the roll of the hills and the beautiful colors of the mountains.
Great job!


Mary Timme said...

I;m going to check out his blog and thanks for the beautiful picture.

nanke's stuff said...

Soft and lovely with wonderful colors. It makes me want to walk around in it! nancy

Jennifer Rose said...

really soft looking work :) reminds me a lot of early mornings when a field would still be covered in fog and mist

Alex said...

Another beautiful artwork. ^^ The calm and refreshing aura it radiates brings the true meaning of life

Barbara Weeks said...


Ann said...

Thanks everyone :-)

Jeff said...

I just love grassy hills with a friendly little stand of trees. The softness of this painting is such that I can almost hear the breeze rustling the leaves.


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