Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Daily Painting Practice - Postcard from Nebraska

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Postcard from Nebraska
(formerly Nebraska Summer)
original by Peter Yesis
5"x7"
oil on canvas board
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I almost called this Postcard from Nebraska. (Update: I went back and renamed it)
I painted it with a nod toward the style of and as a way of paying tribute to Julian Merrow-Smith and his (Postcards from Provence) blog. As I mentioned in my last post I have been blogging now for two years. Along with my friend (Darren Maurer) who got me started, Julian Merrow- Smith was one of the first artists I began looking at and studying everyday. I continue to marvel at his work and admire his fluid brush and rich color.

5 comments:

Marilyn M. King said...

I love Julian's work too, who doesn't. Just thought you'd like to hear that I was checking emails and looked at Julian's daily post first and then yours. The minute I saw your painting, I thought, hmm... this looks very much like Julian and then I read your comments! Beautiful work!
I only subscribe to three artist blogs. Duane Keiser, Julian Merrow-Smith and Peter Yesis.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Beautiful -

mike rooney said...

peter
nice nod to julian. i love his brushwork, its so fluid isnt it? i like to tell myself if i was painting in france mine would be too. it makes me feel better anyway LOL

Ed Terpening said...

Sweet. :-)

Julian Merrow-Smith said...

Thanks Peter, that's a lovely compliment