Sugar Cove Dusting

Reworked winter scene from critiques.

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Comment by Corri Schmidt on February 20, 2017 at 7:08pm

I didn't see the critiques on this one Mary, but this final product is really very nice.  It looks a lot like the high desert mountain valley where I live.  You more chromatic green tree makes for a nice focal point on in an otherwise muted pallet.  Very nice!

Comment by Mary on February 17, 2017 at 5:00pm

Thanks very much, Philippe, Sarah & Wanda, I appreciate hearing from each of you.  I had wonderful help from requested critiques; so grateful for this process and the time everyone is willing to give.  

Comment by Wanda McDonald on February 17, 2017 at 12:19pm

This is really lovely Mary...I love the muted tones with your focal point owning the colour. Wonderful painting!!!

Comment by Sarah Irland on February 17, 2017 at 8:57am

This is beautiful, Mary.  I know that you worked hard on this and it shows in a very successful painting.  The distant hills and trees are just right. I love the way you painted the foreground.  The green tree is a beautiful focal point.  Such a nice palette, too.  Well done!

Comment by Philippe JOLLIVET on February 17, 2017 at 5:37am

Hello Mary! I love the subtile coulors of distant hills, as well as the foreground. The sky is quiet but with a beautiful pale pink.
And also, thanks for posting a large picture, so that we can see and admire your artwork (full size).

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