Sunday, August 9, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO

4x10 oil on canvas panel
I don't think I have any words to describe my attempt at this painting; this was the most difficult and challenging subject matter for me. Thank you Karin Jurick for posting this photo, if you had not, I would never have tried to paint this on my own.

16 comments:

sam said...

I think you've done a great job of a difficult subject:o)

AutumnLeaves said...

Angela, you did a fantastic job on this challenge. This is beautiful!

Judy Mackey said...

Angela, I think it looks great. Moody and beautiful.
Judy

Nancy Medina said...

Angela, you did a fabulous job, and oh my gosh on such a small canvas. there are bonus points for that. ; )
xxoooo

Pam Holnback said...

I've been looking at many of these challenges. You've done a great job! I like the size.

Diana Marshall said...

you chose an unusual format which works really well, I know what you mean about difficult!

Becky Drees said...

It's gorgeous!

Les said...

Love how you concentrated on this one area. Now you just need to find out who owns those houses so you can give them first option to buy. :)

Vern Schwarz said...

Angela, I really like your unique look at this challenge going east/west instead of the obvious north/south. Great job.

Stephen Parker said...

Angela, I think you did a really nice job on this challenge. I especially like the greenish cast in the distant hills and sky.

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

You really made this challenge your own with your choice of a horizontal format, beautiful color and limited view...fabulous, Angela, really fabulous!

Claire said...

I really like your unique perspective for this challenge - beautifully done!

Ann Rogers said...

And what a challenge it was for a lot of us, but love the cropping that you did. Thanks for your nice comment on my site, have sent you a message through your website.

Mark Bridges said...

Nice panorama Angela.

dominique eichi said...

That greenish cast is great !

Carol Horzempa said...

I love the soft handling of your brushstrokes, that is what first caught my eye. Great job, Angela!