Wednesday, November 10, 2010

MORNING LIGHT - CANADA GEESE


Here are two paintings that will be in the Waterfowl Festival this week. Held annually in the historic town of Easton, the show takes over the whole town with many exhibits including sculpture, carvings etc along with all the paintings, so please come and take a look if you are in the area.
Morning Light - Canada Geese is 24" X 36" - oil on canvas. Misty Coast study is 7" X 5" - oil on board.

2 comments:

bricarwaller said...

Both paintings are beautiful! I really like the color palette or them both. They're very calming and serene. I used to live in the Canadian Geese flyway. Every year they would land in our front yard. My cats thought they could take them, but the joke was on them because those geese are big. I will admit it was a little intimidating to have that many Geese in your yard, flashes of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.

Jeremy Pearse said...

Thanks again Carrie and an interesting story too! The most birds I had in my backyard was over 50 crows!! It was a long a cold winter that year and food must have been scarce. I always feed birds in the winter but still seeing that many birds in a suburban backyard - well I was very surprised to say the least.