Saturday, January 9, 2010

Aunt Bea's Barn

15x22 watercolor, copyright 2009 Kay Smith. For more information about this nostalgic old scene contact me 1971ks@att.net or visit my personal website www.kaysmithbrushworks.us

This old barn was a demo painting done as a composite of two decrepit structures. Wild sunflowers added on its right side from a photo at Aunt Bea's Antiques here in town, hence the title.

7 comments:

Peggy Stermer-Cox said...

Hi Kay, I particularly like the abstract design and how you've composed your darks and lights! It supports the wonderful rhythm of the barn.

Kay Smith said...

Thanks Peggy! Now all this needs is one of your cats such Ms. Kitty sitting there.

Melissa Fischer said...

I really like the colors in the planks on the barn. I always find your use of color fascinating and so creative and inspiring.

jane minter said...

love this kay

Kay Smith said...

Thanks all of you!

cabap said...

Great job Kay,
jan :)

Stephie Butler said...

This has to go on my favourite list of your work Kay..One of your best....