Google+ Followers

Monday, May 17, 2010

Queen Anne's Lace - Acrylic Plein Aire Floral Landscape Painting by Pennsylvania Daily Painter Pat Koscienski

Queen Anne's Lace
12" x 6"
Acrylic on Canvas
Queen Anne's Lace was painted plein air along the Yellow Breeches Creek, McCormick Road, Lisburn, Pa. The Creek was so muddy from a rain the night before, that I had to pick a subject that didn't involve too much water. This made for a nice composition. If you have any questions or wish to purchase, contact Pat at patsfineart@hotmail.com If interested in seeing more of my paintings, please visit my website at www.patkoscienski.com

8 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

This IS a nice composition, Pat. I love those touches of aqua in the ground in the background. Just lovely, as always! Your work is consistently gorgeous!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

The whole painting has such a lovely light and airy feeling - just like the delicate blooms of the Queen Anne's Lace flower. Beautiful, Pat!

Pat Koscienski said...

Autumn, the aquas were that little bit of clear water I saw in that muddy creek. Sometimes painting what we want to see, rather than what we do see, makes for a nicer painting. LOL

Pat Koscienski said...

Claire, thanks. Hopefully we will see some of that light and sun on Thursday at Katie's Stoney Creek Iris Farm. See you then.

Carol DeMumbrum said...

I love the looseness and your palette for this painting. Autumn is right, your work is consistently gorgeous! I wish I lived closer to join you on your plein air excursions. There is a magnolia bloom outside calling my name—so beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration!

Pat Koscienski said...

Carol, so wish we could paint together. Torrow is a visit to an iris farm at Stoney Creek Iris in Dauphin, Pa. And, the rain should be gone by then, and hopefully the sun will be up.

Rosemary said...

Love this palette! A different setting for Queen Anne's Lace - soft and dreamy! Can't wait to see what your post after a day at the Iris farm! Wish I could join you too!

Pat Koscienski said...

Yesterday was a beautiful weather day. Katie had hundreds of different irises blooming. Almost hard to choose something to paint. I have some work yet to do on mine, and hopefully it will get posted.