Friday, January 21, 2011

Now and Then

Now and Then
oil on canvas
6 x 8 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky

Here is #52 of my 100 painting project. This is a scene taken from a sketch outing last August. Yep, I am missing those summer days. At the same time, I want to savor every moment of the right here that is right  now. Just every now and then during these cold and gray winter days, a walk in warm sunshine would be so nice.

10 comments:

PAMO said...

Beautiful Ann! It really brings fond memories of warm weather and sunshine. I love the way the path leans with the trees as if walking toward a lake.
Thanks for the reminder about enjoying today too. I forget that sometimes when I'm craving warmer days.

Elza said...

Makes you feel that you are there with the dappled walkway and the sun shining through the trees.

Alex said...

Gorgeous as always Ann =) Looking back at all your paintings... I am making them my dream place, simply love where you are

AutumnLeaves said...

This should be called "Dappled!" It is just so beautiful, Ann. I have to say that I have always had a feeling that you do always appreciate the here and now, that life is good for you and your family, and that there is a wonderful peace within the three of you...Something that just comes through both you and Gary. I love that!

Cathy Holtom said...

I want to follow the path and see where it goes! Lovely painting.

MILLY said...

Like a visual diary of that place and time, you have captured the colours beautifully.
Lovely to find your comments, thank you.

kazumiwannabe said...

You know, when I see your drawings, I always want to put on my hiking shoes and go out... wonder why ; ) ! This drawing is wonderful, I just want to get into the picture and walk in this beautiful place!

raena said...

It looks like such a warm, wonderful day; the kind when you never want to come back inside! Beautifully done!

ffyrebird said...

This is so lovely! I wish I could just step into your paintings!!

BarbaraB said...

Makes you just want to wander down the path and smell the fresh air, woods, and flowers.

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