Friday, June 08, 2007

Cloud Landscape painting a day "Threat of Rain"


"Threat of Rain"

6"x6" oil on primed masonite. I just love these hot sunny days when billowing clouds roll in. It is so dramatic. You can just feel the tension of a storm brewing. Then, surprisingly a sprinkle in the sunshine and they roll on.

8 comments:

Liza Hirst said...

Hi Heidi,
This is very beautiful! Your pictures are of those that I can't wait to see in the morning on the DP site. I envy your loose way of painting.

Parapluie said...

Me too. I look forward every morning to looking at your paintings and they spark something in me to paint directly and soon I will be back to painting every day. Today I got the plyers out and unscrewed some oil tubes and painted over old paintings.

Sally Shisler said...

Heidi, I just love this one! I love the tall clouds. They look like Florida clouds to me, though I suppose the north has them too - I just didn't notice it as much when I lived up there. Your painting is wonderful and I'm amazed at your diligence with the "daily" part of it. Nice job!

René said...

You still getting better and better and better and better and better and better and better and better and better and better and .............................
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H Malott said...

Thank you Liza, that makes my day!

H Malott said...

Thank you so much Diane, that is so nice to say!

H Malott said...

Thank you lots Sally! Yes, we get these beautiful tall clouds on occasion. We've had a lot this summer with the hot temps!

H Malott said...

Rene' you are so kind!!!!!!