Thursday, February 25, 2010

Snowy Afternoon



Rooftops in the Snow, oil on linen on panel, 10 x 8 inches, 2010

I did this out the smaller studio window this afternoon. Snowed again all day today. It has not amounted to much as yet, just a lot of cold wetness melting in the streets and sticking to the old piles of snow. And scaring the populace, with our fresh memories of the recent blizzard and power outages. It's certainly pretty though!

P.S. Today's theme is "perspective" over at Illustration Friday, and I think this fits the bill. What luck! I am almost never in at the start for that meme. ;-)

13 comments:

Devika said...

Nice texture...very nice, Nancy :)

wishes,
devika

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Thank you Devika!

Carol said...

Great painting; a very serene and peaceful scene!

Krista said...

So beautiful-- that tree on the left looks soooo icy! Brrr!

Connie said...

I really like your view!

heidi aldin monteleone said...

I love this. Looks like one of the Bucks County impressionists. Been getting a lot of the white stuff around here!

Vicki Smith said...

Beautiful!

Michelle Smith said...

Nice painting! It really looks wet and cold. Nice perspective from your warm studio.

. justin segal said...

What a wonderful painterly touch you have. Great piece!

INDIGENE said...

Well, you've certainly captured the beauty of our snow! I adore this piece! It makes me feel serene and at peace.

Funny Drawings said...

Beautiful painting! I also like your profile picture. Great colors and a pretty face :)

thefridayfrog said...

oh i like this one, nancy! :)))

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Thanks so much everybody!