|The Pond on Rice Farm Road|
The look of Autumn varies depending on place, the type of trees which grow there and how much rain or sun that place has had. This pastel painting of The Pond on Rice Farm Road demonstrates that some places are still green rather than red/orange/yellow/brown.
This is what Roderica Tilley (Rodrica Tilley's Pastel Paintings) had to say about her work
It was an exquisite fall day in my neighborhood two weeks ago...and the days here have been mostly soggy for months. I spent the afternoon painting this Vermont scene amidst the birds (?) rustling in the cattails next to me and quite a few leaf peepers driving by on the dirt road.Rodrica has recently moved from Montrose, PA where she lived for 35 years to a new home and studio in Brattleboro VT. Her series Transitions are are seasonal landscape paintings of PA and VT and the long stretch of I-88 in NY that connects her old and new home.
That was two weeks ago and Black Mountain, where I live, has turned into winter rather suddenly. This is another of the Transitions series. 12 x 16 pastels.
You can see some of Rodrica's recent work in a group show called Fractured which opened last Friday at The Butternut Gallery and Second Story Books in Montrose, PA. The exhibition continues until December 24.
Rodrica also has an interesting project in which she is trying to produce landscapes of all 50 states of the USA Fifty State Plein Air Painting Project. As you can imagine with a project like this postings are periodic - I'm adding it into this blog's blogroll.
This is the last in the series of autumn landscapes by art bloggers - which I have greatly enjoyed doing. Apologies to those work was not listed.
However on Thursday watch out for the post in which I declare the new three month season of winter landscapes open!