Sunday, May 28, 2006

Walk Thirty-four – What a house!

A long walk today, better weather, and look at this lovely house I spotted as I came out of the woods at Coleman Green.


Blogger Jen said...

Hi Julie - What a painting!!! This is fantastic. I so admire you - both your walking and your art. Your committment is excellent.

10:01 pm  
Blogger Chuck Rose said...

Hey Julie,
I'm putting togther a presentation on blogging for work. I was going back and reviewing my early posts and saw that you were one of the first people post on my blog. I wanted to thank you for that, and I also wanted to say what a great idea this blog of yours is. Including maps with each post is brilliant. I hope you don't mind if include your blog in my presentation.


10:21 pm  
Blogger Alison said...

I'm amazed at the variety of trees you've managed to convey - especially love the red one on the left - and wonderful clouds. I'd like to see your house sometime, even if it doesn't measure up to this one.

9:30 am  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Hi Jen thank you so much.

Chuck I'd be honoured, so glad to see that you've been able to post more of your lovely stuff after that long hiatus.

Alison the copper beech or whatever it is attracted me as much as the house - makes a welcome contrast to the green. My house - hmmm, well it's a fairly ordinary house (typical 3 bed 1930s house), but I suppose I should do it at some point.

10:44 am  
Blogger Katherine said...

Great Julie - you've really captured those fresh summer colours. Isn't it nice when it doesn't rain!

10:47 am  
Blogger Lindsay said...

Julie, this wc is lovely! I'm really enjoying your 1 mile series. You go girl!

11:44 am  
Blogger Hashi said...

What a house? What a painting! Is this all watercolour? You're a master!

3:52 pm  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Katherine, it was a lovely sunny interlude. I plopped down on the field and took my time over this one and Rufus was happy to sprawl in the sun.
Lindsay, glad you like it, thanks.
Hashi yes it is all water colour with a few initial pencil strokes to work out the structure of the building.

6:54 pm  
Blogger Sue said...

Amazing that you're calling this one a sketch Julie! This artwork must be on 9x12" at least for all the detail. Just lovely.

7:00 pm  
Blogger miragee said...

This project is so cool!

12:22 pm  

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