Monday, January 31, 2011

Sunrise Noise

Sunrise Noise
oil on canvas
6 x 6 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky

Here is # 53 of my 100 painting project. It is from a familiar walkway out to the beach from where we often stay at Edisto Beach, SC. I sure am missing those early morning beach walks these days. We have had a tough January here at Blue Bird Hill. I am celebrating this last day of January and happily moving on into February. And you know, February 2nd marks the half-way point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Yay!

13 comments:

Shirley said...

Your beach looks so inviting as we enter another 48 hrs of snow, then sleet. Beautiful.

Jennifer Rose said...

I am so glad that january is over, soon the sun will be back :)

really nice calm looking painting :) lovely cool colours to it

BarbaraB said...

I really like the lively play of color on the water that is also reflected in the reeds. Very nice painting!

Teresa said...

Oh Ann, you've outdone yourself on this one! Just gorgeous... your colors are sublime!

jill said...

absolutely gorgeous! i love it -- especially since we are under blizzard warning and might end up w/ 20 inches of snow in the next 36 hours!

thank you for sharing!
jill

Cathy Holtom said...

Beautiful, I want to be there!

AutumnLeaves said...

This is just so stunning, Ann! Goodness, I am transported, smelling the sea air, hearing the waves crashing on the shore of the beach and the wind soughing through the beach grasses...Sigh...

Alex said...

It's such a gorgeous scene! I like the use of purple and velvet on this, it just sets the mood right!
You sure have a way to draw audience's desire to go to the location of the picture you drew. =)

Linda T said...

Beautiful!!

drawn2life said...

Delicious color Ann!

Dawn said...

All your art work is just beautiful !
Have a great day !

Sincerely,
Dawn in Arkansas

ffyrebird said...

This looks so very inviting, especially since the blizzard dumped a ton of snow here, LOL!!

nanke's stuff said...

It's so beautiful! I love the colors you've chosen. nancy

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