Back to work: Quince Tree and Apple Tree

Enough lolligagging around at art openings!

All painting is grounding for me, regardless of subject or location, but there is NOTHING like landscape painting to put my feet back under me.  It was exquisite to be back out at the old mill house these past two days from 7 am to 4-5 pm, working working working (and sometimes dangling feet off the bridge and sitting and looking while eating my favorite Pink Lady apple).  It was imperative to work intensively as these fruit trees go by fast, especially the Quince.

Quince bush, oil on birchwood veneer board, 12″ x 16″, 2011

Apple Tree, oil on birchwood veneer board, 16″ x 24″, 2011.

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viola moriarty

(American, b. 1958)
Modern Expressionist Painter
2012-13 Recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

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