Sunday, January 3, 2010

Day 3 ~ A Painting a Day

Join me during the month of January for my
Painting a Day challenge and
receive a FREE watercolor print from my shop!
Dreamscape, original watercolor, 3.5" by 11"

I love narrow landscapes. This one turned out to be quite dreamy...
Where would you like to be?
To qualify: Comment on at least 10 out of 30 paintings this month, and that's it.
I will mail the print (of your choice) from
my Etsy shop at the end of the month.

23 comments:

shicat said...

Love this, the size just works so well:)

Leah said...

Lovely... I love panoramic views too and I think I have the perfect spot in my home for this beautiful artwork. I think I'll choose this one if I win. I know I will. Hahaha!

RHCarpenter said...

I'd like to be right there, seeing this in person :) Away from the 10F outside, warm and reading a good book, watching the waves and the colors of the water mix from turquoise to green to cobalt to ultramarine :) Beautiful painting and I love the long size.

Esme said...

This reminds me of being in the Caribbean. The size is perfect-just looking out onto the horizon.

Loui said...

Laura..
at first glance..oooh! thoughts of home where I'd love to be..on the Gulf beaches of the Florida panhandle..sugary white sands..crystalline emerald green/ turquoise waters..
You captured those thoughts of mine onto your canvas..another beautiful masterpiece by Laura!!
thanks for sharing while returning ME to my native soil..via watercolor!
warm hugs..laughing smiles..
Loui♥

Laura Trevey said...

Loui ~~~

I can't wait every day to read your absolutely poetic and beautiful comments...

Thank you !!

Taylor said...

I'm watching HGTV and this couple is looking for a home on St. John...I'd like to be there right now!

Megan said...

This one is lovely! It makes me want to be on a beach somewhere sipping cocktails and relaxing.

OliveStreetStudio said...

what a beautiful beach-scape...

Linda Pruitt said...

Laura-
Where would I like to be? On a small bit of acreage in the country. Out in nature. Preferably, with a small forested section on the property. Oh, and I am writing about it in my blog--that imaginary place in my mind! Love the picture today!

ecologicstoryteller said...

It was a great choice the horizontality of the paper to combine with the same horizontality of the proper horizon line, the sky is breath-taking! This us one of my favorite paintings actually, but there are more.

Joana

shicat said...

Oh my i forgot to mention feeling pressured to post( in a good way) and it may be a mess,YIKES.Anyway you are motivating me to paint even when I am tired from work.

California Girl said...

love the wash effect. it's tranquil, soft, soothing. we'd all like to be there.

I am Stacey... said...

Gorgeous. It makes me think of the Oregon Coast - except the water is never that blue in Oregon!

If I had a beach house (or if I was allowed to decorate my family's beach house!), I would have the bedroom in white and beige colors, with this print over the bed, so that it was the first thing your eye was drawn to in the room. It's so serene, and that's exactly how you should feel at the beach.

Jaime said...

I love the panoramic view of this one....and the colors are gorgeous!

KaHolly said...

Laura, THIS is a view I see each and every day I am in residence on my little island! I LOVE THIS PICTURE! Well done!

Liv'nGood Jewelry said...

this is beautiful - looks so peaceful and relaxing

Nancy said...

Dreamy! I like the size of this painting. The washed effect makes it dreamy. I feel like I am sitting on a beach by a lake. Love!

sebower said...

this is a great one to pair with the painting on day 11!

DesignTies said...

Right now, I'd like to be somewhere warm and sunny -- like the beach in your painting :-)

The long & narrow format is perfect for your horizon paintings. The shape really accentuates the beautiful seascapes :-)

Kelly

Blueprint Bliss said...

I love this one, too. It's beautiful. Makes me wish I was at the beach now.

Diane said...

I would love this for my mantle. It's beautiful.

Let The Tide Pull Your Dreams Ashore said...

I realy like the colors you use for the sea landscapes.

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