Wednesday, February 12, 2014

View from Robert's House

© 2010 Hannah Phelps

The other night Olympic alpine skier, Julia Mancuso, said she loved water in all forms - snow, waves, rain - all of it.  She was a little lost for words while trying to describe her feelings. 

Even though she couldn't quite explain it, I totally understood because I adore it all too. Instead of using words, I paint it. No matter what shape it takes.


 Water in Three States, oil on canvas, sold
 
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Thursday, February 6, 2014

On the Shelf

© 2010 Hannah Phelps

Here is a little seascape painted a few years ago. While the wave is assaulting the rocks, there is also water running all over the place from a previous attack. Just they way I like it.

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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Sunset from Quincy

© 2010 Hannah Phelps

Another "classic" painting. Again, Quincy, Massachusetts. 

More sand and water patterns created by tidal currents. But, the dramatic sky is a bit unusual for me. I embraced the pink and I think it worked out alright.

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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Retreat

© 2010 Hannah Phelps


The lens I use to shoot photos of my paintings and prints is off on a little spa trip to refresh and update itself. Until it gets back, you are going to see some classic stuff. Like this painting.
 
This marshy area is in Quincy, Massachusetts. I used to visit that town occasionally. 

I did not paint this on site - I drew a lot of little sketches and painted it in the studio. Low tide water patterns are one of my favorite thing to observe and paint.

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