Wednesday, July 28, 2010

In my mind I'm going

Beach Day
oil on canvas
6 x 8 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky

Here is #38 in my 100 painting project. A glorious day at the beach at Edisto Island, SC, from when we were there this past spring. I was stuck trying to think up a title for this one. Kiddo suggested "Beach Day". Perfect.

16 comments:

Peachtreeart said...

This is breathtaking!

Alex said...

Stunningly realistic! Totally make me want to take a long stroll along the beach ^^

nanke's stuff said...

Wow - you did a spectacular job with all the waves. The colors are just beautiful! nancy

Kelly said...

...so beautiful. I can totally feel the water. Reminds me of our vacation...love it!

Shalini said...

I agree with Peachtree.. It is definitely breathtaking!

padmaja said...

As perfect as the title Ann! I loved the crashing waves and the way you chose to do the sky devoid of clouds, the attention is much on just the lovely waves.

Cathy Holtom said...

Great choice of colours for the sea, this is one of my favourites.

AutumnLeaves said...

I just want to wade...Beautiful piece, Ann.

bed frame said...

I will also going to agree to Peachtreeart. That is a painting that will definitely going to take your breath out. I love the way it is painted.

Jennifer Rose said...

lovely piece :D love the energy in the waves

raena said...

I know I already commented on this piece on flickr, but I just had to come see it again. The whole thing is so successful, but that one wave, breaking on the beach, is just so well done. It is stunning, the detail and the reflected colors. This is now my favorite of all your paintings. I believe you have 'conquered' water.

Teresa said...

Beautiful! Love those yummy, rich colors!

Pam Johnson Brickell said...

Oooo, and it feels cool! So refreshing! This is beautiful, Ann!

Krista Meister said...

And in my mind, I'm right there with you guys! I can hear the waves crashing.

Ann said...

Thanks everyone:-)

marancat said...

This is wonderful - those waves are so real!

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