Watercolor Landscape - Looking Up

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    "Looking Up"
    14" x 20" (36 x 51 cm)
    Watercolor on Langton Prestige 140-lb rough paper
    © 2009 Steve Penberthy

    Blogged at www.stevepenberthy.com/2009/09/watercolor-painting-pole.html

    This painting was also featured on the St. Louis Drawing & Painting Blog. Thanks Brian!

    And in the 'High Lines' Flickr gallery. Thanks Speck!

    raena's, Dripping Viridian, and 50 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Speck--- 67 months ago | reply

      Stunning! I thought it was a photo. A fav!

    2. polusladkaia 67 months ago | reply

      majestic composition, exquisite detail!

    3. Don Gore (dgdraws) 66 months ago | reply

      Great perspective!!

    4. Cathy (Kate) Johnson 65 months ago | reply

      I LOVE powerline paintings! Beautiful job, Steve...

    5. VHein 65 months ago | reply

      Really terrific point of view, so strong! Just beautifully done...especially love the textures in the sky!

    6. Renê Tomczak 65 months ago | reply

      Genial !!! Wonderful !!!

    7. sketchySteven 65 months ago | reply

      Love me some powerlines! Too good for words!

    8. JHurstART 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called !AWESOME ART!, and we'd love to have this added to the group! Artists may join this group only after having Awesome Art invited to the group.

      AWESOME!!! Totally awesome for sure!

    9. JHurstART 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called WATERCOLOR LANDSCAPE PAINTING, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. Steve Penberthy 63 months ago | reply

      All: Sorry it's taken me so long to come back around to comments on this painting. Your comments, feedback, and encouragement are so valuable; thank you for taking the time to relay your impressions on this one. I truly appreciate it! -- Steve

    11. Вера Надежда Любовь 63 months ago | reply

      This inspires me to work harder on my watercolor clouds!

    12. Drew Bryant 63 months ago | reply

      Wow -- that s fantastic! Love the perspective and the wires look so real.

    13. BILBOV.(Lorus Maver) 60 months ago | reply

      A really dynamic watercolour & so unusual,This really works for me & is certainly the type of work i would hang on my wall !

    14. BILBOV.(Lorus Maver) 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Masters of Watercolour (Invited photos only !), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    15. Cora Raab 57 months ago | reply

      You are invited to display your image in:
      Visibly Talented
      *** A Place For Artists ***
      Please tag "Visibly Talented"

    16. scoodog / Tom Myler 55 months ago | reply

      I've admired this watercolor for a long time, Steve, and wanted to mention that it was the inspiration for the following photo I recently published on Flickr:

      As ceoSteveJobs says on Twitter: "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and will also get you sued for patent infringement."

    17. Steve Penberthy 55 months ago | reply

      Scoodog: Awesome! Glad you were inspired by my painting!

    18. T Michael Ward 54 months ago | reply

      What art should be about: looking at the world we live in but don't see.

    19. bvjittison 52 months ago | reply

      This is an amazing watercolor, such an intimate dialog resulting in visual magic!

    20. Artur Dias - aquarelas 8 months ago | reply

      Transformar um objeto prosaico em arte é uma conquista maravilhosa!

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