Thursday, May 22, 2014

Familiar Shore




Familiar Shore

A portion of the shoreline on Lake Huron along the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada.
From here the Islands off Solitude may appear.

Islands off Solitude
12”x 9” watercolor and ink

6 comments:

  1. Oh this is stunning Anthony, so stunning, takes my breath away even if its OFF solitudes, I love it...on my stuff and somewhat art blog today I posted a painting i did yesterday a very agitated sea, take a look, it's not you know up to your standards of course, but I'd love you to take a look, and thanks

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    1. Thank you
      Your painting of the sea is wonderful..

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  2. Yes...I see the Islands in the distance.
    At first glance though, I thought I saw The Giant's Causeway in the foreground...then I noticed the vast expanse beyond, and longed to explore...:)

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    1. The shore is made up of massive surfaces of rock, cracked over time.. I spent many years from childhood until just a few years ago continuing to explore this wonderful coast.

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  3. Bonjour cher Anthony,

    Une peinture qui délivre un certain mystère. J'aime l'étendue de ce paysage sauvage. Une belle interprétation.

    Gros bisous ♡

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