"DECEMBER SONG," daily painter winter landscape © Carol Nelson Fine Art





Winters in Denver have a good amount of snow, but with our abundant sunshine, it often disappears before too long.  I love the way the sun, being low in the sky, shines deeply into the house through the south windows.
I remember the frigid winters in Duluth, MN, where I grew up.  They don't get as many sunny days as Colorado, but when the sun was shining in my girlhood home, it would come in a large window in the kitchen, stretch across the dining room all the way to the blue recliner.  My Mom kept track of those sorts of things.
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4 comments:

Sheila said...

There seems to be nothing you cannot paint young lady. Congrats on your white cat winning the contest. You're such an inspiration to me!

Martha Kisling said...

Beautiful painting, Carol. I love the warm colors you used.

AutumnLeaves said...

And you've so beautifully captured the color changes wrought by the sun on those trees, Carol. This is so pretty!!

Nancy Goldman said...

This is beautiful Carol.