Saturday, December 20, 2008

Holiday Door #3

4" x 6" original watercolor

This wreath has a bit more to it than the
Fresh greens with pine cones and berries
against an old white door.
Another day of painting all day till late.
I am pleased to report that I finished my
commission. For some reason this one took
longer than I had planned but it looks good.
Linda was in the kitchen all day doing her
holiday thing. Jason is home from school so
he was hanging out. Bored after only one day!
Thank you to all who have left kind comments
about my holiday series. It means a lot. And
much thanks to all who have been bidding.
I plan to be in the studio all of Sunday, although
we are expecting snow, feel free to visit. I can
always use the company!


Susan said...

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Taina P. said...

I like this painting and many others here in your blog.
You paint a lot of windows and doors.
What they really mean to you ?
Do you wait new doors will open in your life ?

Andy Smith, artist ~ watercolors said...

Doors and windows are often a great source of light which create shadows and depth.
No deeper hidden meaning for me!