Saturday, February 28, 2015
This started out to be an abstract scene, but my realism tendency won over. I will continue to try to get more abstract as time goes on...
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 6:53 PM
Labels: landscape, marsh, semi-abstract.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 6:32 PM
Labels: floral, poppies, still life
Monday, February 23, 2015
I always feel like roosters are strutting around with an attitude. I've seen some that have been a little ornery, I am sure there some more personable, but they are definitely fun to paint!
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 7:27 PM
Labels: animal painting, farm animal, rooster
Sunday, February 22, 2015
The Sky Above
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 7:40 AM
Labels: clouds, maine coast, sky and coast
Thursday, February 19, 2015
This painting is based on dappled light shining through leaves onto the sidewalk. I am intrigued with shadows on the ground, and have been toying with different ideas for reproducing them into paintings. I used part palette knife and part brush for this painting.
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 10:19 PM
Labels: abstract, graphic shadows, pink and grays
Sunday, February 15, 2015
I often feel when I am in a frustrated painting pattern, I return to the Maine coast and sea for stability.
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 10:24 AM
Labels: coastal pines, land and sea, Maine island view, seascape
Friday, February 13, 2015
Flowers for the psyche in the middle of cold and snow,,,,
This is more of a quick sketch I did, always trying new techniques. I am satisfied, but always think there is room for tweeking!
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 8:33 AM
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Ten Miles Out
I will always return to the sea, I love painting the Maine coast. This is a view from an island called North Haven.
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 8:19 AM
Labels: landscape, Maine island, oil on linen, Pines and ocean
Thursday, February 5, 2015
12 x 12 Oil on linen
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 8:40 AM
Monday, February 2, 2015
Charleston Window Box
I enjoy spending time in Charleston. Like my Key West experience, I can wander these historic streets endlessly and admire the architecture. I love to read all the informational plaques scattered around the city. The gardens, plants and window boxes are superb, here is an attempt at painting one of the gorgeous windows. I tried some new ideas with painting this, the results were not what I wanted as an outcome, but a good lesson.
Posted by Mary Anne Cary at 7:04 PM
Labels: plants, still life, window box
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