Last Light, 10104, textured, acrylic, geologic abstract © Carol Nelson Fine Art



This 24x24 textured abstract is another painting inspired by the photos of my friend Sue Palmer, who, along with her partner John Moran, is touring the west in a motor home. Look for Sue's incredible photo postings on Facebook.
I had a terrible time photographing this painting because I accidentally varnished it before I took the photo. That means the surface is shiny and there's light reflections on the texture. Also, the sky across the top is painted with rose gold metallic which doesn't show well either.
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8 comments:

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Positively radiant. I love this.

Sadami said...

Dear Carol,
Wow, so beautiful colors and composition. Impressive and eye catchy!! I love your portrait work, too. Keep up wonderful work and make us happy!
Cheers, wink, wink,
Sadami

Vertippsel said...

I love your geologically inspired paintings. You really "meet" the colors of nature then.

Vertippsel

AutumnLeaves said...

This is just stunning, Carol. So majestic, a feeling that comes through loud and clear. My favorite thus far.

Rejane-Enajer said...

Acho belos seus trabalhos.Gostaria muito que seu Blog tivesse a opção tradutor.Parabéns!!
I think its pretty much your Blog trabalhos.Gostaria had the option tradutor.Parabéns!

Cindy said...

Abstract and portraiture. You are one of my painting heroines~! I haven't been able to make the cross to total abstraction nor get the overly done amount of abstractions out of my portraits. I love to study your work online. Thanks for posting so often!

AK said...

The abstracts are great.

Diana Marshall said...

I just love your abstracts, they must be breathtaking in real life, I also like the way you frame them, perfect. Must get my acrylics out and get back to abstracts your paintings always inspire me.