Saturday, February 20, 2010

home at dusk

oil on panel 6x8"
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after yet more snow


15 comments:

SYLVIANE said...

Very beautiful painting. I like your blog, I was going to give you the sunshine award, but I notice you already had it!

René PleinAir. said...

Hehehe sunshine award, that's what you can use. What a great painting Rob, I can see that you longing for spring, this is almost to lonely to watch.

Take care.

Keith Tilley said...

Nice atmosphere.

It looks as though you've got a good supply of logs in the log-store.

Frank A. said...

The seemingly simple handling of this painting is really "drawing" the viewer in, Rob. (Just my humble opinion, of course..)Very effective !

Stay well, Frank.

Art with Liz said...

This is totally beautiful Rob! A feeling of such isolation with that touch of welcoming warmth.

Dick Rink said...

Looks like a cosy and warm place to come home to.

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rob ijbema said...

hi sylvane,like rene said
can't have enough sunshine awards this winter here in wales,thanks!

rob ijbema said...

yes time you come over for some painting and company rene

rob ijbema said...

i'm pleased you noticed the log store keith,amazing what you can do with some suggestions

rob ijbema said...

hey thanks frank,if you like it,it must be good!

rob ijbema said...

that's it liz,the cold outside makes the inside even nicer...

rob ijbema said...

that's it liz,the cold outside makes the inside even nicer...

rob ijbema said...

it is dick,nice place to work too

Austin divorce attorney said...

Really enjoy this painting, the cold winter feel really comes through.