Monday, 29 March 2010

Sawrey Farm


Sawrey Farm (Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 ins)

After some thought, I've decided to do no further work on this painting. I like it the way it is.

This means that there is one more painting outstanding in this series - the Split Rock painting still being worked at the Club. However, I've enjoyed making these images so much that I think it very likely I'll continue with them. I already have my eye on a remarkably deformed tree I found on one of the Compo & Clegg Painting Weeks at Duntrune in Scotland.

6 comments:

April Jarocka said...

And very lovely it is too Harry. The light and the colours are PERFECT. Looking forward to more!

harry bell said...

Most kind, April. Thank you!

RT said...

I think that is a great, original painting!
Good for you for stopping!

harry bell said...

Thanks, Randall.

Sally Veach said...

This painting is fabulous. It speaks to me with the words I would like to hear in my own work. Thank you for sharing. I am in the process of exploring what I want to say--I am just starting to paint again after 25 years. Pure color, expressive forms. By pure I mean not straight from the tube, but the focus is about color itself. I am loving it. Thanks again.

harry bell said...

Thanks, Sally, It means a lot to learn that something I've done has had such an impact on someone.