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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Afternoon Reflections

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"Afternoon Reflections"
Oil, 12" x 12"
$550.00 unframed with display easel.

This painting was my demo form the second day of my workshop last week. I didn't post it right away as it needed to be finished. I also neglected to take pictures of all of the paintings on the second day. We were having so much fun that it completely slipped my mind! I think I need a helper next time to keep me on track ... Dreama where are you???

8 comments:

martinealison said...

L'harmonie des couleurs est magnifique... Bisous

Maria's Watercolor said...

So beautiful, is this a New England painting?

Jerry Stocks said...

Love the green color and as usual, the reflection is amazing.

Dreama Tolle Perry said...

I need a serious telephoto lense to capture what you are painting in a workshop in CA when I am sitting here in KY..:)) Love the rich colors and reflections in this painting--way to go!!

Kathy Cousart said...

Love love this one! Gorgeous and fresh green- other colors are so rich. The reflections make it sweet!
Will we all palette knife paint like this after Atlanta? Super sweet!!

John Haycraft said...

I do like your work Leslie, but I'm intrigued that you run a radio programme. Is it about painting?

Marian Fortunati said...

It was a great workshop, Leslie. thank you.

I can see how much of the beauty of your work comes from those little details you do at the end to really complete the painting. You really have "the eye"!

Nancy Goldman said...

Ooohhhh Leslie, I love the colors in this one and the buildings have so much energy.

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