Saturday, August 21, 2010

From the Hill, Summer #9

Looking at the same land day after day is a lesson in how much a landscape is altered by what's happening in the sky--in this case, a cloud cover that flattens color and shape.

5 comments:

RHCarpenter said...

I like how the curving brushstrokes mimic the lay of the tilled land in this one.

Susan Abbott said...

Thanks, RH. like that pattern of mown hay you get in the fields this time of year.

La Petite Gallery said...

Very good! I like your work, makes me think a little of Hopper..

yvonne

Don Gray said...

Wonderful, Susan. Love the simplified volumes and interlocking forms.

Susan Abbott said...

Glad you like this, Don and Yvonne. I'm hoping to get outside when the sun starts shing again--and before autumn comes--to finish this series.