Wednesday, May 14, 2008

"Thinking of Lori." Holland.

Couldn't help it, I kept thinking of Lori while painting this
scene, ... they aren't that easy to paint those palmtrees I discovered
especially when it windy or even stormy I guess.

It is still marvelously here temps are still above 20 drg. C. and the
Sun is regularly shining his guts out, .... mjammie!!

"Denkend aan Lori." Roosendaal, Holland.
(Thinking of Lori.) Oil on board. 18 x 24 cm.

6 comments:

Susan's Scribbles said...

Rene, I always love your work. These palms are a nice new style for you. I really like it.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

I really like this painting -

Lori McNamara said...

Excellent Rene! I couldn't do them better myself, thats a fine looking palm. You had me wondering in my blog, I was thinking,"Palms in Holland?" Global warming must be going faster than I thought.

John Nicholas said...

Hi,

Your work seems more lively and personal these days..maybe it is the return of springtime and warmth..Lots to like here,
Best regards.

ANDREW JUDD said...

Hi Rene.

I like the fresh bold painting you are doing lately. You have really grown as an artist and I'm looking forward to seeing more.

Cheers... Andrew

Raluca C said...

nice''colonial-like''touch!and I like the way you made the palm a lot!still,the one below is in my top 5 of your work:))!