Painting Snow in Evening Light
They say it’s coming again, can’t wait really!
Painting snow is a painters dream.
Although they are harder to sell, it might be my most favorite subject. Fascinated by color shifts, shade color of snow, and the creamy highlights you get on a sunny snow-day.
This painting was created at a parallel road next to a big highway, a lot of traffic. We drove perhaps 45 minutes south to find this landscape. Where we live there wasn’t any snow left. Mud, police stopping by asking me what I was doing there. He stood there in disbelief, never had seen a stained jacket let alone an easel before :). I had to go to the car to show him the finished painting before he believed me. This was painted December 30st, so maybe that’s why he was checking out ‘all odd things’ :) The view was so stunning. It all moved very fast. The day after everything had melted away. It’s time for more NEW SNOW.
How you do a snowdance?
LW08 Landscape Winter 8 “Snow in the Evening” – Sold
oil on canvas, 24×30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″ 2014
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