Tuesday, May 26, 2009

VIEW FROM IRA BLACKS

Here's another landscape in Eastport
Maine. I just had to open the kitchen door
to take a photo of the rooftops that are
down hill to another street--to the Bay.
As you watch you can see the mists lift,
the colors brighten and the far away
Campobello Island in Canada become clear
while right in front of you is a strong
sun light---a wild mix for the artist to
play with.


15 comments:

Carolyn said...

Another beautiful landscape...love it!

Cecelia said...

Love your work! I could certainly spend some time at this place!

Kate (Cathy Johnson) said...

Just gorgeous...and WHAT a view!

Ann said...

Oh my goodness! This is the view from your kitchen door!? I'll be right over.
This is lovely Winna.

Dorothy said...

Oh lovely Winna!!!! Your art is so captivating and full of charm.
Maine is one of our most favorite places on Earth. Lucky you for living in such a lovely spot!

bettyfromtexas said...

This is just fantastic, Winna!!

Terri Kahrs said...

Winna, you made my heart "sing" with this picture! Our daughter lives in Brunswick, ME, and I swear there's nothing like the light in your great state! Hugs, Terri xoxo

deborah said...

Wow, imagine...opening your kitchen door and seeing this view...beautiful...thanks for sharing your part of the world with us.

Tyanne said...

What a beautiful view. I do so love your style and always look forward to your new posts.

makingofafiberartist said...

I really enjoy your style and look forward to your next work!

Owen said...

Charming as ever Winna and what everyone else has already said.

Jules said...

WOw, Winna, this is so YOU! Your landscapes are lovely and somehow have a vintage sort of feel, to me. Super. I wanto to live there!

Claire M said...

What a delight to find another beautiful page on your blog. This page really entices me to add this to my list of places to visit someday....

Stephen Hall said...

Winna - your pages are wonderful and I love every one of the posts you put up! I want to paint that view!

Sandy said...

Fabulous, Maine is an artist's playground!