Tuesday, November 25, 2008

In honor of Kyle's Dad



I've never done a mid-west painting before..(despite the fact I grew up there and I do have an appreciation for the beauty of the "heartland"). I wanted to do this painting in honor of a young artist's father who died, doing his job as a farmer. I learned about it here.
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5 comments:

Dean H. said...

Hi Celeste...that's a heart rending story.
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Donna T said...

Hi Celeste,
Beautiful, peaceful painting. I "met" Kyle online too and his story broke my heart. I hope his painting inspiration will continue after he takes some time to deal with his loss. Your hay bales remind me that I once joked with Kyle about our mutual admiration of "field sculptures." He would really like your interpretation.

Donna Van Tuyl said...

Celeste, another wonderful painting. You do have a way with color that I really like in your paintings. Also a very good composition.

rob ijbema said...

that is so nice celeste,both the painting and the thought...i'm sure kyle will appreciate this...
the colors are so warm and inviting!