Sunday, March 13, 2022

Winter Milk Barn

With warmer temperatures expected, I had to get out early to capture the snow.  The ground is already warm and soft, so the snow doesn't have a chance!  I am studying the colors of the winter landscape, trying to see the subtle changes in hue and value, and pushing them a little.  I read a wonderful quote the other day that struck a chord, "A color without it's complement is dead."  So as I look at the masses, I'm looking for the complements, too.  Those little bits of opposing color add drama, sparkle and life to the scene. I can still smell the crisp air as I look at this.  Painting number 3357 in 3357 days. 

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