Saturday, October 8, 2011

In Line


This is a piece I didn't get to post over the summer and it was off to a collector in Switzerland right after delivery to Camden Falls Gallery. "In Line" 24x30" was an early morning light piece that I think conveys that light better then I have done in the past. I just thought I would share it here.

I will be trying to get my classes at Boothbay Regional Art Foundation going again now that fall is here and people have a little time for themselves. If you are interested please feel fee to email me (email can be found in my blog profile, I'm hiding it from the spam people) for info. Will also be doing a few posts related to the class so check back soon if that interests you. Thanks for stopping by, Dan

9 comments:

Stephen Cefalo said...

Beautifully done.

Dan Corey said...

Hi Stephen, thank you very much

Mick Carney said...

How classical are you becoming? Great handling of the light and it is getting even better. My instant response was one of looking at work from the Dutch Masters even though the subject matter is so personal to you and your environment.

Dan Corey said...

Hey Mick, thank you (I think.?) that's quite a compliment! Sometimes they just work out a little better.

AJay said...

Very nice indeed!

Chris Gillis said...

just love the colors on this one - especially the cools on the boat in the foreground - you have these boats down.

Dan Corey said...

thank you AJay !

Hey Chris, thank you! Tell that to all the boat pieces I wipe out.. They spin so much this time of year.

LILI*telas said...

maravilhosas suas telas adorei todas paraben pelo seu trabalho!

Dan Corey said...

Hi Lila, Muito obrigado. Gostaria de dizer mais, mas o meu Português é mau..