|Autumn near Jackson, New Hampshire (2006) by Stapleton Kearns|
24 by 30 inches
I often read Stapleton Kearns's blog. He's a professional landscape painter and he has a lot of very sensible things to say. His blog is always an interesting read.
I spotted this Autumn Landscape on his blog and asked him if I could post it on this blog - and he kindly agreed.
Turning to Winter for a moment, Stapleton is running a first Snowcamp at Sugar Hill in New Hampshire is already full. He's running two more weekends (28-30 January / 4-6 February) in 2012 - for those who want to have a workshop about painting snow. It's "set in an old wooden inn on a high ridgetop in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the views from the property are unbelievable". I hope we get to see what he paints at Snowcamp!
How to get your paintings of Autumn posted on this blog
This is the fifth in my series of Autumn Landscapes by art bloggers. If you're interested in having your images displayed as part of the seasonal changes
- drop me a line (see side column for email),
- reference the blog post in which I can see the painting
- and (this is important) use Readers Autumn Landscapes in the subject line of your email (This is so I can find it in the masses I get each day!)
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".