This is only a short post because my cold from hell isn’t shifting and I have been ordered to rest by Séamas, which as you see, I am failing to do!
I like red and orange. Especially in winter. I have noticed that I like to paint red and orange things in wintertime. I previous years it has been red coats on the harbor beach at Tenby, or grandparents buying ice-creams in Brynmill Park. This year it’s the autumnal orange foliage of Donegal.
Cottage in Roshin Acres, Ireland (SOLD)
I painted this small painting over a number of days, over Christmas. I would usually paint a picture like this in one day but the light kept going and I wasn’t very energetic so I decided not to rush it and wait until the next day. I think my patience was well-rewarded.
I have painted this house before, in a much larger painting. It’s interesting how the more distant view produces a cooler more airy painting.
13 thoughts on “Cottage in Roshin Acres, Ireland”
yes, beautiful and well worth the wait
Thank you, Beth
Beautiful work Emma, I hope that you feel better soon.
Thank you so much for your kind words.
Nice one! I like those warm colors in winter as well. Hope you will feel better soon.
Thank you, Leueen. It’s a slow process but I am improving day by day!
Such pretty reds and rust orange! I think you need a hot toddy 😉
lol! Pam, I don’t drink alcohol. I just need warmth and daylight, I think!
Time drags when you do nothing! Get well soon, Emma 🙂 🙂
Thank you, Jo.
It is fun to see it both way. The small one is warm and intimate. You’re right, it really is interesting how the size of the canvas can affect the temperature of color.
Thank you, Susie!