Saturday, June 15, 2013

brandywine light

 (9x12)
I bought a set of Cheap Joe's soft-sided sketchbooks, thinking I'd devote each one to a different subject/experience: one for travels, one for boating, etc.
I promptly got some sort of oily stain on the cover of the one I'd designated for boating, so I glued some watercolor paper over it and painted this picture of the Brandywine Shoal Lighthouse, which I think is the prettiest lighthouse in the Delaware Bay.

Lilies blooming in my yard, photographed in a rare moment of sunshine.
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7 comments:

Polly Birchall said...

What a lovely painting of a lighthouse. Make me want to go there!

RH Carpenter said...

If the lighthouse isn't the prettiest, it definitely is the way you've painted it - such fresh color! Have a great weekend and let me know what you think about David's DVD on the Portrait in Payne's Gray.

JANE MINTER said...

laura your lighthouse is a gem .

Sharon Chapman said...

Your lighthouse painting is fantastic. But then I love all your paintings!

Barbara Muir said...

I love this Laura. (I'm not sure if I commented or not). This is magnificent. Just so wonderful.

XO Barbara

Celia Blanco said...

Gorgeous work on the lighthouse, I love the light and reflections you have captured! Your lilies are beautiful, you must have a green thumb!

Barbra Joan said...

Lol Laura we think alike yes cover it with a painting!!! And a good one it is .

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