Monday, October 09, 2006

City Skyline

Oil on Paper, approx. 5"x8"

4 comments:

June Parrish Cookson said...

Hi Leslie,
This is nice. It has a certain Georgia O'keefe quality about it. If you've ever seen her cityscapes of New York you'll know what I mean.
I like the yellowish-green in the windows and touches of red on rooftops.

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks, June! This one is an oil on paper, something I haven't done in a long while. I'm glad you like the way it turned out.

Andy Frazer said...

I love this one. I agree with June that has that O'Keefe quality to it. I liked O'Keefe's nighttime cityscapes the best of her work, too.

BTW, I came across your blog via William Wray's blog.

Leslie Sealey said...

Hi Andy! That sure is a nice comment; I liked O'Keefe's New York paintings a lot better than her flowers and "out west" stuff. I hope you'll keep checking back on William Wray's blog, too. His urban landscapes are very inspiring to me.