Monday, June 8, 2009

Tree Buddies

Another painting of a field along Route 37 in Sherman Connecticut, filled with pink flowers. Two congenial trees, arm in arm, grow old together on the hilltop, watching the sun rise and fall. If trees could talk, what conversations would these stoic two share? Tanged nests of birds in their hair, the seasons passing like slow waves of heat and cold. Their feet in snow one day, a day later bathed in warm light, tickled with the activity of grassy roots rushing through their own short lifetimes. - Nancy Boudreau

The painting is approximately 5" x 7" acrylic painting on gessoed matboard, unframed and not matted.

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