Original Oil Paintings by Texas Artist Leslie Sealey
Grote genade!!Ow sorry, Good grace, this one is soo awesome, the grey the comp. the airy and eerie feeling it giving. Marvelously done Les, although I have a little hunch that it isn't plein air ;-)Wow, I keep finding it WOW!!
Thanks René! You are right-not plein air. This one was carefully controlled (color) but I tried to paint it in a bold way.
Very foggy, I like it! The stonework on the bridge came out very well!
Leslie, This is beautiful! And having been on that bridge, it is fascinating to see what you did with it- the detail that you chose to include, and what you left out. I am a huge fan!
B.G., I just have this thing for concrete. : )
Hey Lori, I am so glad you like the result! I sure chewed on this one for a long time-how to show the interaction/design of the bridge shapes without getting bogged down in details? Mmmm....fog! Then, a car for drama and human interest. I wish I could come up with something like this every single day.
very nice leslie.
Thanks, David! I am tempted to keep this one for myself.
Terrific piece Leslie. A lot of mood and atmosphere in such a simple structure. Fantastic!
Cooper, I appreciate your comments-thanks!!You have some excellent paintings on your blog, btw...I need to spend some time looking. : )
Hey L, Congrats on being in the new SW art! Nice big shot too!
Awwww...THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That means a lot coming from you.
oh yeah,what a strong imagefull of atmospherei love scenes like this!
Hi Rob, I thought this was one of my better efforts.Thanks for commenting!
I discover your blog and really admire your work, may be this one is my favorite painting but it's hard to choose one!Congratulations from France!
magic ! magic ! great work, and thank you for the link !
Thank you so much Edward. I felt like this was one of my best efforts so far.
Bonjour Bridget! I like your painting called "un papillon blanc." France is a beautiful country, I spent some time there when I was young (quand j'etais quinze ans). I think I need French lessons again! : )Leslie
Love this.I'm a bridge girl. One of theses days I'm going to break out with some bridge paintings. I DO drive over them holding the camera like you have here so, I have some great references!
You should paint some bridges! I don't know what it is, I just love roads,trucks, overpasses and bridges. I always seem to revisit commerce and transportation themes; maybe I'm the Raymond Loewy of painting.
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