Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Thinking about it

Sims Pond
Neocolor II and colored pencil on Arches HP
5.5 x 7.5 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky

I didn't mean to take so long before posting again. Time flies by so fast these days. Thank you to all who commented on my last post. I really appreciate all of your supportive comments!

This is another of my mixed media studies using washed Neocolor II crayons and then dry colored pencil on top. The view is of Sims Pond, from one of our Parkway excursions last month. Doing these studies makes me want to paint. Just paint. And draw. I have lots of ideas lately, lots of works in my head that I wish didn't take so long to actually do.

14 comments:

Donn said...

Beautifully done! Great scene. You did wonders with the landscape.

nanke's stuff said...

It really is lovely - your use of color is spectacular! nancy

Spinneretta said...

Beautiful- I wish I could draw a landscape so well. One of these days I'll figure it out! Till then I'll live vicariously!

Teresa Mallen said...

You definitely have those Neocolor II crayons looking like watercolour! Lovely colours - the piece has a real quality of freshness to it.

Alex said...

Really nice washed out effects here Ann. I really like the reflection, and the colors are just lovely :) Another one of yours that would have people staring and oggling for hours

Martine said...

Nice and peaceful landscape ! Beautifully done !

Jennifer Rose said...

love the trees and reflections :) its like a scene from a fairy tale

raena said...

Wonderful landscape! Your shadows really make the trees pop out!

Ramona said...

Love those reflections. Beautiful, lucious landscape.

Shirley said...

Fabulous - your water reflections are amazing.

Ann said...

Thanks everyone!

Krista Meister said...

Aaah, the last of summer foliage! I love all the variations in your greenery and also the forest trees in the back right riverbank.

Teresa said...

What gorgeous greens! Wow... so fresh and vibrant! I love this.

Susan Walker Art said...

Lovely job on thesse autumn landscapes. Especially love how you did the reflection. (uite the challange for me) Enjoy having you back too!

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