Thursday, August 20, 2009

Where Rock and Forest Join


36" x 60"
Acrylic on Canvas
SOLD

12 comments:

Manon Doyle said...

Wow! Great piece Jennifer. I love where the light comes in!! Your work is always so inspiring!

Tracey Mardon said...

I love that you got the granite boulders without painting every nook and cranny. Beautiful light on the path!

Trish Siegel said...

I find these paintings of rock and forest extraordinary! I love the rhythm of the trees and I love how the pieces of light have filtered to the forest floor, leading us back deeper into the painting. Beautiful work as always!

Gwen Bell said...

Wonderful painting, Jennifer! Your style is so strong and interesting. Love the way you single out shapes then bring them all together in such a uniquely beautiful way.

Karen Bruson said...

Another great painting. The light is really effective and I love the dark lines.

Camille LaRue Olsen said...

Loving this Metcalfe series, Jennifer. The dappled light is wonderful as well as the strong shapes and lines. You have really come into your own, girl!

Caio Fernandes said...

hi Jennifer !!
i just found your blog today and i am fascinated with your style .
you have developed a unique way to represent nature and yourself .

L.Holm said...

You're on a roll indeed! Beautiful dappled light. Fanstastic, Jennifer!

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Another wonderful, signature Jennifer piece. Outstanding light and composition...I like the repeating shapes too!

Laurel Daniel said...

I LOVE this tree and rock series - everything about them! Mmmm Mmm!

Rebecca Burwell said...

Hi Jennifer - my partner and I purchased this painting from The Loft Gallery, and I just wanted to let you know how much we like it. It looks wonderful on our wall, and we've had many compliments already.
Thank-you!

jennifer woodburn said...

Thanks Rebecca. I appreciate your comments, and am thrilled to hear that you are happy with the painting! You can always check my blog to see what else I have at the Loft Gallery. I hear Phil met you in a parking lot for the exchange. Pretty funny. I hope you and your partner enjoy it for years to come.