Sunday, December 19, 2010

Snow, snow and more snow! Arnhem, Holland.

It keep on snowing, and for me an lots of others it's a
joy!! Especially for the kids, you should know that a
few years back there where kids who didn't even knew
anymore what snow mend and how much fun it can be.
For other people it's a disaster, ... good luck for them.

"Sonsbeeek sneeuwpret I." Arnhem, Holland.
(Sonsbeek snow fun I.) Oil on panel.
24 x 30 cm.

"Sonsbeek sneeuwpret II." Arnhem, Holland.
(Sonsbeek Snow Fun II.) Oil on panel
24 x 30 cm.


Jani Lori said...

Beautiful and I love the sledders.
Looks like joy to me!

The Stationery Concierge said...

These are delightful Rene, what a masterful use of 'flat light' especially in the top one - how do you keep your fingers from freezing though? It's just as snowbound in the UK

Mark Bridges said...

Fantastic Rene.

Darrell Baschak said...

I especially like the painting of the snowy fields. Good for the children around Xmas, maybe not so good for the adults! Great work!!

Keith Tilley said...

It's nice to see some scenes of winter, the way it used to be.

Mary Byrom said...

These are great snow scenes Rene ! I hope you keep getting snow all winter so you can paint lots of them. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your snow paintings.

Elizabeth Whiteman said...

These snow scenes are as fresh and spontaneous as the children playing in them. Lovely.

Anonymous said...

Your pictures are beautiful-amazing
where you paint! And your discriptions are charming

jimserrettstudio said...

Wonderful work!

Happy Holidays,

Peter Gander said...

Lovely charming scenes.

Peter Gander said...

Lovely charming scenes.

Roxanne Steed said...

Wow- these are truly beautiful Rene'.
I too am wondering how you keep your hands warm enough to paint in this weather. We are getting cold weather now, too- although I grew up in a warm climate & am not so used to this. I'm looking for all the suggestions I can get from 'cold weather pros'!!

René PleinAir said...

Wow thank you all for the nice comments, I am very flattered.

Painting in cold weather, lots of artist have s posting about it now

a days on Wetcanvas plein air section > over there <  and

Roy Connelly had just posted a nice item about that.  > there <

Again thank you all for the nice words, but it's just the weather that makes

this all happening, I just passing it through.

Jennifer McChristian said...

Two beauties Rene! I love your winter scenes :)