Wednesday, March 2, 2011


Towards the end of last year, I travelled down to the Eastern Shore staying with friends just outside Easton. The mornings especially were glorious - some bright, others foggy like in this painting. Here I'm looking across a small inlet over to the Miles river beyond. Sun is just above the horizon (not that you could tell!) and the sounds of geese and ducks are filtering softly through the mist - a wonderful and ethereal morning. I did this study (and a few others) with the hope of someday doing a larger version - probably with an eagle appearing out of the mist and making its way downstream. Size is 5" X 7" - oil on board. $150 inc shipping within the US.


From The Studio Floor said...

You should definately do a larger version with an eagle. I have been getting great eagle views this week. It would be the perfect setting. lovely work jeremy.

Jeremy Pearse said...

Thanks for the suggestion Matthew, I'm thinking a larger work in oils would be the thing, and I envy you your resident eagles - there for you to see and study as you wish! You should be seeing 'your' ospreys too soon.