vendredi 11 octobre 2013

Maples

 
AQUARELLA  -  7  X  9  INCHES
MAPLES
Ces jours-ci, les arbres voisins deviennent rouges, alors que d'autres jouent dans les gammes plus chaudes de jaunes et d'oranges.  J'ai tenté de  donner des formes de feuilles d'érables à certains de mes arbres. Bientôt, la terre disparaitra sous un épais tapis de couleurs.  
 
The neighbour's trees are getting red, while others are displaying  ranges of yellows and oranges.  For fun,   I've tried to give some of my trees the look of maple leaves.   Soon , the earth will disppeared under a thick colored carpet.

28 commentaires:

Debbie Nolan a dit…

Ah Helen - extraordinary colors to celebrate the beauty of the season. Living in Quebec I am sure your colors are gorgeous. Hope you have many more beautiful days before the snow flies. Take care and have a great day.

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Thanks Debbie. We sure have been lucky with the weather lately. Hope it lasts! Hugs

Katherine Thomas a dit…

It's gorgeous Helen, and it really conveys the joyous vibrant mood of autumn. I like how you composed the piece with the different color areas, and the way it all flows from one to the next. Very nicely done!

hmuxo a dit…

This is beautifully painted, Helen..
All of a sudden the trees are changing colors...so beautiful but knowing that the cold and snowy days are coming makes me shiver.

Egretta Wells blog a dit…

Hi Helen, thanks for visiting my blog. I am enjoying yours, too. I am in Florida, so am especially thrilled to see your beautiful Fall colors depicted so well.

Celia Blanco a dit…

I love all the beautiful colors, it is a glorious time of year! I wish you a nice weekend!

Jane a dit…

Maple trees are just the best, I have one in the garden and it actually turns red almost like the ones you painted . Beautiful fall mood ! Have a nice weekend.

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Katherine! Thanks for your comment, automn is my favourite season you know. Happy painting!

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Hilda! You're right , nobody wants to think about winter yet. :)

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Egretta! Nice of you to visit. I find you are very lucky to live in a warm climate.

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Celia! Thanks for dropping by and have a good weekend too. Hugs

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Jane! Well that's nice to hear , I didn't know there were maple trees in your part of the world. Happy weekend, Baci

CrimsonLeaves a dit…

Definitely colorful leaves on these trees. I love them!

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Thanks Sherry, have a good weekend! Hugs

Simonne's fantasiestudio a dit…

De herfst brengt inderdaad veel kleur in de natuur....
groetjes,
Simonne

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Simonne, heve a lovely weekend. Greetings

Maga Fabler a dit…

oh, how colorful and cheerful here :)

Helen H Trachy a dit…

How are you Maga? Nice to hear from you. Hugs

mary maxam a dit…

I like what you've done here with the interpretation of the maple leaf shapes. Clever and love the color!

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Mary! Automn sure is an inexhaustable source of inspiration. Have a great weekend.

Cath.H.C Photography a dit…

J'adore!!! c'est superbe, ce rouge est flamboyant! les paysages d'automne doivent être merveilleux dans ta région !
Bisous.

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Bonjour ath! En effet, les couleurs sont superbes à ce temps-ci. Bon automne à toi! Bisous

Margarita a dit…

Ah, ta créativité bouille, Helen. Quel bonne idée celle de donner la forme des feuilles du maple à tes arbres! et les couleurs, superbes. Ici les arbres sont encore très verts, à peine quelques feuilles sont tombées sur le sol... La chaleur est rentrée...

Gros bisous

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Bonjour Margarita! Il faut bien s'amuser un peu dans le peinture, n'est-ce pas! Gros bisous

renate a dit…

Hello Helen:) I didn't know about this blog. You make beautiful watercolors! You did a great job on the 30 days chellenge. Nice job. Thank you for visiting my blog:)xx

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Thanks for your comment Renate. I'm glad I found your blog too. :)

Angela Sullivan a dit…

Love the trees. Your watercolors are inspiring.

Helen H Trachy a dit…

Hi Angela! I'm still discovering the joys of water painting.