Short and sweet

It’s moving along

Several more layers on this one, especially on the tree trunks and the house. Tree trunks probably have four layers–took that many to get a good “bark” look. Will be tackling the foliage next.

I visited the cottage a few days ago about an hour before sunset and stuck around to see what kind of light I would get in that hour. The trees are still stubbornly refusing to get fall color, but I did get a nice atmospheric shot that will be outstanding when we do get some color. All I have to do is make sure I get the same angle when it counts. No problem, right?

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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6 Responses to Short and sweet

  1. Emma Cownie says:

    Love the shadows and light. Unfinished paintings are so full of promise!

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  2. kam carroll says:

    it looks great. I love all the shades–just how it truly looks. Come on fall colors!

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  3. That looks fantastic! Great work, and it will keep getting greater!

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  4. anne leueen says:

    Nice! I like the shadows on the ground. We are having a colorless fall here too. What is up with that? Leaves are turning a dull yellow or brown and falling off and others are still green and still attached. I

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