Tuesday, May 27, 2008

"Path to the Old North Bridge" - Concord, MA


This time last year I visited the Old North Bridge in Concord, MA to enjoy an afternoon plein aire art session. This composition is taken at a slightly different angle from the one I posted last year (see North Bridge from my 2007 postings); however, I was standing on the same overlook for both paintings and both were done at the same time of day. It's interesting and fun to compare the two efforts. I hadn't realized (and am pleased) at how much the execution has changed. Please feel free to leave a comment.

5 comments:

Christie said...

Rich, evocative, soulful, and so lovely!

jay said...

GREAT! i have been waiting for a new one. lol.....

BostonBabie said...

mom, I really like this one.
there's something about this piece that reminds me of alice and wonderland...

<3

Amy's Place said...

This is close to your best piece, my opinion. The sunlight reflection on the tree trunk, leaves, road and grass is dead on. This is absolutly gorgeous. Go mumma, it's yer birthday, eat a cupcake, shake yer booty !!!!

kathleen said...

Tracey -Wow I just looked back at your 2007 sketch I see tremendous growth as an artist I am very impressed -