Friday, December 2, 2011

"Hanging out" at Cathedral Park Place


"All pictures painted inside in the studio will never be as good as the things done outside". ---Paul Cezanne

Painting: Celeste Bergin, In the Valley, oil on 8x6 canvas panel

12 comments:

martinealison said...

Faire un accrochage en de bonne compagnie est toujours malgré le travail un excellent moment...
J'aime la sérénité qui règne dans la peinture de ce champ à la campagne. Les tons de la terre retournée symbolisent la vie...
Gros bisous

graziano tessarolo said...

Sempre meglio Celeste!!! Brava

Celeste Bergin said...

Martine wrote:

To a clash in good company is still working despite a great time ...
I love the serenity that reigns in the painting of this field in the countryside. The earth tones symbolize life back ...
big kiss

Thanks Martine!

Celeste Bergin said...

graziano wrote:

Celeste always better! Brava

(Thanks graziano!)

Gillian said...

This could almost be a Cezanne too. It's beautiful, Celeste.

I hope your exhibition goes well for you. It's a wonderful space!

Hoghart said...

Comme Martine, j'aime beaucoup les tons de cette peinture.

A very nice piece Celeste, very "fauviste". I like the brushstrokes.

conservativelybohemian said...

For some reason, this piece reminds me of California. Maybe it is the golds...Beautiful piece, Celeste!

Carrie H. said...

It's going to be a great day at Cathedral Park Gallery! I'm stoked...... Now I have to wait because it's 5 am.

Linda Popple said...

The colors are so warm and the cool green just grabs the eye. Just beautiful!!

billspaintingmn said...

Nice painting Celeste, the freshness and brush strokes sugguest a breeze.

Most of my paintings done outdoors
have parts that I like, but most
times, I want to redo them in the studio~

hw (hallie) farber said...

This is so cool--I want to turn it sideways and upside-down and just look at it.

Celeste Bergin said...

thanks so much Martine, Graziano, Gillian, Hoghart, Sherry, Carrie, Linda, Bill and Hallie--! Another long day on the front lines of art...but it was so much fun! Thanks for your comments... I appreciate them! :)