|Autumn Sunlight near Verinas|
I asked readers of Making A Mark to submit images of their autumn landscapes for posting on The Art of the Landscape. The first artist to respond was Nigel Fletcher who now lives in the Limousin National Park in France - this is his blog Painting the Limousin and this is the site where you can see his November paintings for sale.
The first one he sent me is called Falling Leaves (see below). This one is excellent at catching that point at which there leaves are all yellow and orange gold
However when I went to his blog to pick up the link I saw the little stunner which is at the image at the top of this post - Autumn sunlight near Verinas. What I like about this one is it also catches the long low light of autumn which is so good for showing off the colours. Plus the brilliant contrast of complimentary colours you get when you get leaves which have changed against a brilliant blue sky. Now that's what I call making the most of natural artistry.
How to get your paintings of Autumn posted on this blog
If you're interested in having your images displayed as part of the seasonal changes, just drop me a line (see side column for email) and reference the blog post in which I can see the painting.
Places to paint: Please note that I'm interested in the place as well as what led you to paint it in Autumn.
I can't promise to display all that I'm told about. Plus there is an absolute rule which is that this is for art bloggers only ie "no blog post, no feature on my blog".