Sunday, August 16, 2009

Last ones, ...

Okay that's it, ...
It does feels a bit strange uploading all those work
without being in the field the last days. But on the
other hand, there is so much of little jobs lying around
here that it's a welcome thing to have these work already

"Onverkoopbare bloemenpracht." Amstenrade, Holland.
(Unsellable flower beauty.) Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.

"Ingang Hoensbroek." Hoensbroek, Holland.
(Entrance Hoensbroek.) Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.

"Goedenavond schapen." Schinnen, Holland.
("Good Evening sheep's.")Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.

"Geleenbeek." Schinnen, Holland.
("Geleenbeek") Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.

"Vanaf de camping." Schinnen, Holland.
(View from the Campsite.) Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.

"Weg naar de Zon." Schinnen, Holland.
(Road to the Sun.)Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.

"Weg naar Thull." Schinnen, Holland.
(Road to Thull.) Oil on panel.
18 x 24 cm.


DickRink said...

Man, you ar productive! And they are all very beautiful.

(zeker weer toe aan vakantie?)

René PleinAir said...

Dankje Dick, it's just that there is soo much
to paint. I having a little break now hehehe

Liza Hirst said...

René, I am very impressed not only by the amount of work you have done but mainly by the beauty of it! In these paintings you have managed to express so much joy and beauty - it seems you really had a great holiday. Wonderful work!

René PleinAir said...

Wow Thanks Liza, you make me blush, ....

rob ijbema said...

hey hoensbroek,i used to live there!
wow rene so much beauty,you deserve a to holland tonite,i will call you later

Sheila Vaughan said...

Great to see all your work like this Rene. You must be the most prolific daily painter we have and top quality too - amazing. So much peace and tranquility in these works. Anyway, your housekeeping must be getting to an end now and the paints calling you again? Thanks for sharing. Really enjoyed it.

Anonymous said...

Rene, I don't see one that I wouldn't hang on my wall! Great job on all of them. Your prolific creativity is an inspiration.

Antti Rautiola said...

Gorgious work.
I specially like the second one :D