Sunday, January 29, 2012

"RED CANOES AND OTHER STORIES" by Alicia Tredway

This is my last post for the blog.  I consider it an honor to have collaborated with all the wonderful artists of Lost Coast Daily Painters past and present.  A special thanks also to all those who have collected my work. This piece will be in the landscape show at Morris Graves Museum May 3rd through June 24th chaired by Alan Sanborn.  "Red Canoes and Other Stories" is oil on mylar 15 x 19 in.


6 comments:

  1. you really captured light here. classic example of the glare asthetic. sorry that you are leaving the blog . keep in contact

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  2. Beautiful, Alicia. There's such a feel of warm sunshine. A great way to take your leave of the blog.

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  3. You've always been one of my favorite artist. Going to miss you on the blog.

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  4. Love the color choices and placement. Such a beautiful painting.
    Let us know how to see your work on your new blog or other
    venue.

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  5. Such an interesting and thought-provoking composition. The colors and light are wonderful as usual!
    I'll miss seeing you here, but hope there's another blog to visit?
    (And I would love to know your thoughts on painting on mylar.)

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