Thursday, November 13, 2008

"Mother and child." Nijmegen.

Went to Nijmegen this afternoon to visit a fellow artist.
He had a new studio and I just had to see that!
(Mine is a whole lot bigger b.t.w.)

But crossing the Waal, I noticed all kind of boats
in the harbour, so I immediately knew where to paint.

"Moeder en kind." Nijmegen, Holland.
(Mother and child.)Oil on panel.
24 x 30 cm.


Anonymous said...

I think that the values of your colours in the last five paintings are great, Rene. Definately adds to the overall suttle tone of your work as I see it.

Take care..

Marc R. Hanson said...

Hi René. I'm chuckling with you about your post on my friend Kami's web site. We had a good chuckle together about it.
This is a great painting.

René PleinAir said...

Hey Frank,
Yes it does, doesn't it?
I use a new palette, (Kevin McPherson's) and besides it's takes a little more time to mix, it gives exactly what you say.

Hi Marc,
Nice to visit my blog,
and thanks for the nice complement.

For everyone who thinks what is Marc talking about, ...
Kami's web site is overthere > Kami Polzin <