Tuesday, July 14, 2015

"Summer Shadows", 40x30"

Another very large painting has made its way to the Button Petter Gallery in Saugatuck.  I enjoyed painting this one from an aerial perspective to change things up a bit.

Last week, the two Ann(e) Feldmans (my sister-in-law and I share a name!) made their way to the Santa Barbara Museum to take in the Armand Hammer Impressionist collection.  Oh my!  This exhibit knocked our socks off!  So many beautiful pieces that I'd never seen before.  Here are just a few to give you an idea of what's there.  I hope you'll have a chance to see it someday, if you haven't already.

Berthe Morisot, "View of Paris From the Trocadero"

Vincent Van Gogh, "Lilacs"

 Claude Monet, "Villas in Bordighera"

Edgar Degas, "Three Dancers in Yellow Skirts"


  1. that is one GORGEOUs painting, Summer Shadows.

  2. I like the arial angle and am enjoying seeing your larger works.
    Thanks for posting the other paintings. The one by Morisot is one I have not seen before. Love her brushwork.

  3. The colors and softness in this are so BEAUTIFUL!