Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Evening Meadow



Little Mitchellwood, Biggar

This little wood is almost opposite Jasmin's house and is just delightful. There was talk of it being developed, but the owner eventually donated it for community use. It was just lovely last week with all the beautiful blossom. The daffodils are fading fast, but bluebells are now starting to bloom. All the fields are full of lambs and we have a weeks worth of sunny days coming!



Evening Meadow
9 x 16 Oil/Linen

Above is another of my paintings recently finished. I do wish you could see them in reality. They are, if I may say so, so much better in reality!

4 comments:

mindfuldrawing.com said...

Your paintings look already great on the screen, I can imagine it will be a more and different intense experience to see them in real. I wish you good sales in Scotland and I think your painting with the two white sheep in that beautiful field will be sold within a record time.
Paula

Lynne E. Windsor said...

Thank you Paula. Fingers crossed that you are correct about sales!

Karen M Schmidt said...

I agree with Paula, your paintings are so peaceful and beautiful, they must be absolutely breathtaking in person! "Evening Meadow with Sheep" is right up there with my all-time favorites of your work ... colors, composition, subject ... brava!

Lynne E. Windsor said...

Thanks Karen for your kind words. I am really pleased actually because my new Edinburgh gallery just sold one of my paintings, so things are looking good! Keep up your lovely work. Your landscapes remind me of beautiful stained glass windows.