A quick thaw at the end of December left early vernal pools throughout the wooded hills of Devils Den Nature Conservancy in Weston Connecticut. The rolling mounds of dull russett were interrupted in the lowlands by glints of celestial blue and gleams of the yellow and gold of rehydrated fallen leaves, ghosted over with white of melting ice. - Nancy Boudreau
This painting is about 5" x 7" acrylic on gessoed mat board, protected in a cream-colored mat. As with all these little studies, the text above is handwritten on the back of the painting, which is also signed and dated. For comments and queries, please feel free to contact me directly at: email@example.com
Like many others, the Painting-A-Day movement has made me curious to see what would result if I were to devote time to the easel.
I began painting again at the end of April 2007 after a long hiatus. Still lives, landscapes, portraits and abstract paintings, all accompanied with short bits of prose, stories and descriptions. I hope that you enjoy what you see and can find personal significance in the expression.