Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Mid-Monthly Art: Golden Oak Leaf

Golden Oak Leaf is part of a leaf series that I did several years ago. Many leaves were inspired by fall and fall colors, like this one, but not all were. Most leaves are now hanging at our lake house.

It's barely fall at the lake. A Pacific-front storm passed through two days ago, bringing gloomy looking clouds, cooler weather, and a foggy morning or two. Leaves are barely turning: I've seen some red-orange to orange-yellow alder leaves and a few yellow aspen leaves. Summer flowers are, for the most part, finished blooming, though some poppies, purple cone flowers, and gaillardias are hanging on.

I've been away from the computer quite a bit these past few days, and will be away, at least off and on, into next week, taking care of family matters. Posting may be erratic, depending on time and access to the internet.

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6 comments:

Garry Hayes said...

Very nice!

Lockwood said...

Lovely!

Gaelyn said...

That's a beautiful painting. Would love to see more of your art. Fall is on the way here to with the Aspen just starting to golden.

Cath@VWXYNot? said...

I love it! You have a real talent.

I hope the family matters are resolved/resolving...

Aurora said...

That's a beautiful painting!

Silver Fox said...

Thanks, everyone! I'll be back to blogging soon, am still taking care of a few things.