Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Winter Field

Winter Field
graphite on 500 bristol board
6 x 8 inches
©Ann Thompson Nemcosky

Here is my latest drawing finished. It was a pleasure to work in graphite again. The scene is from a view just down the road from my house, from last winter when there was much more snow on the ground. Although I am not complaining, not one bit. I am thinking of doing a companion piece or two for this one before I tire of graphite and get back to my colored pencils.

I have also made this piece available a prints and cards on my Fine Art America shop. Since I set this shop up some time ago I have pretty much left it neglected. Now, however, I have plans to keep it more active and will be occasionally adding works available as prints and rotating out some of the older pieces. There is also a link over there on the side bar if you'd like to check it out.

17 comments:

MaryO said...

This is wonderful, Ann. I can feel the chill in the air just looking at it!

Christina said...

It's wonderful!!! Very well done!

Teresa Mallen said...

Oh, I so love graphite work and this was such a treat to see pop up on my screen. I gasped with delight! As Mary said, I can feel the chill and my, what a wonderful winter sky. Congratulations on your intention to keep your 'shop' more active. It is hard to find the time to keep on top of these sorts of ventures. You go girl! :-)

Jennifer Edwards said...

Simply gorgeous...breathtaking...sigh.:)

Vicki Holdwick said...

Beautiful, Ann, simply beautiful!

xoxo

Nicky said...

What a great graphite work!!! Ann

whatidoisme said...

I really like the monochrome in this wintery scene - beautifully done.
Sue

conservativelybohemian said...

Beautiful skies and stunning landscape, Ann. I love the sense of going back in time this brings me.

Ellen Capin Haeussler said...

Gasp! Lovely .. serene.. peaceful..well executed.... soft and just beautiful work... You can be really proud of this piece! Love it. Keep going! You Inspire me.. a friend bought me a graphite set for my birthday ..perhaps it is time to break the seal !

Dan Kent said...

Stunning! Unbelievably beautiful. Stark, peaceful. High quality, for sure.

Ann said...

You all are so kind! Thanks for all your comments!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

very grey and moody, nicely done :D

creativesqueblog said...

This is lovely and very atmospheric! I look forward to seeing more of your graphite work.

debra morris said...

Lovely work Ann and great orange page

kazumiwannabe said...

Fantastic work and atmosphere!

Barbara B said...

This is amazing! The cold, wintry feel really comes through.

Sandra said...

Stunning!!

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