Wednesday, January 07, 2009

"Vanaf het ijs." Westervoort, Holland.

Effort form this morning, at first I was the only one
on the ice, with my MP3 player on what maybe
isn't a good idea after all because a girl came by
and started ice skating, but she gave it up because
the ice was cracking to much, ...

Could be a lesson?! ... Maybe one in the top 100 as well!


"Vanaf het ijs." Westervoort, Holland.
(From the ice.) Oil on panel
24 x 30 cm.

11 comments:

splynch said...

I like this Rene, it looks as if you are getting some "real" winter there!

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Renee',
you started the new year with a bang, 3 beautiful winter scenes!!!! Somebody should give you a medal!!!!
Your oils are absolutely fantastic,
Mariano

John Vander Stelt said...

Nice work! Makes me want to paint a winter scene. Great color...or should I say lack of color. I live in the USA but still have relatives who live in Amersfoort. Best wishes.

Connie said...

Absolutely beautiful.

muddy red shoes said...

love it, you old Dutch master you!

Alberto, il pittore said...

I like this one very much.
Great work.

Liza Hirst said...

Have just discovered your latest winter scenes - they are all fantastic! You are sooo good!

AtelierBrigitte said...

This is one of my favourites. It reminds me of the lake where I used to iceskate when I was a child. Maybe it IS the same spot... who knows.

Bill Guffey said...

Love it Rene. Shades of Schmid there!

René PleinAir. said...

Thank you so much everybody,

It IS splynch and it doesn't stop
according the the forecast, .. joohoo!!

Mariano, I just told Sheila that I do get rewards every time
I go outside, fresh air, nice sights and a painting practice.
Rewards enough!

John, wow relatives living in Amersfoort, you should watch
the movie Marc made > here <
I did paint quite often in Amersfoort last year, nice town!!

Old Dutch master, ... euhm I don't know if that a complement, hehehe
but I reckon it is, thanks Sarah.

Thanks Connie, Alberto

Hehehe Liza, have you ever seen that work from one Hirst, Liza she is called.

Sure it is Brigitte, exactly that spot, couldn't be anywhere else

Richard Schmid I wish I wish, .... thanks Bill

Liza Hirst said...

Thanks René! Very kind of you!