Saturday, April 3, 2010

Harvest


















Celeste Bergin, Harvest, Oil on Gessoed board, 8 x 8 inches. ©2010.

17 comments:

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

Hay bales! I love your hay bales! This is a cheery scene, Celeste. Nicely done!

ArtSparker said...

Wonderfully rich palette.

Jasmine said...

Beautiful softness to this picture, it feels soothing xJ

AutumnLeaves said...

Oh Celeste! This is stunning!! I am intrigued by that old homestead or barn-ish building. I want to get closer and see what is inside! The autumn colors are just gorgeous and the land is so rich. Beautiful job, my 'trippy' friend! LOL (Somehow I have a feeling if we ever were to meet up, we'd be cackling like a couple of old hens!)

hwfarber said...

Simply beautiful.

Ralph said...

Warm colours warm the heart I love this one.

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Celeste,
a lovely field in a spring setting of armonious colors! What's better than that? Very Very nicely done! You are defining a great space for all to enjoy.

Caio Fernandes said...

i can touch this ....

rateyourart said...

Oh yes, I love the colors.
Those combinations of reds and golds are delicious.

Dan Kent said...

This is so beautiful..soft, takes me away. Such skill you have. I can't wait until I am where you are at!

billspaintingmn said...

Good title to a good painting! The colors are rich and alive.
Happy Easter Celeste!

Dean H. said...

Love the play of the warm land against the cool sky, Celeste! Great job!

Four Seasons in a Life said...

Dear Celeste,

The warmth that is generated from this painting fills this room, considering it is raining outside and it is cold today.

No really, the painting has many excellent qualities; such as composition, subject matter, brush work and of course the colours.

Happy Easter,
Egmont

Art with Liz said...

Wow Celeste, this is beautiful. Such lovely rich colours.

hwfarber said...

I'm back after commenting earlier. I took a 100 mile ride down country roads this afternoon and visited my parents at the cemetery. I saw many hay bales, trees, barns, blue skies and farms--but nothing close to this. I also saw snakes on the road and trees being converted to lumber. You have "the sight" for beauty.

PAMO said...

So, so beautiful! I love the colors and especially the blue sky.

Kathy said...

Love the colors, but I'm really drawn to the tree on the right. It's beautifully rendered!!