Sunday, February 13, 2011

Spring Breaking Through - Tree-Scape Triptych

The latest painting to come off my easel is a very symbolic piece of art....."Spring Breaking Through". The vivid color and happiness of spring, breaking through the darker, colder months of winter. I know everyone, everywhere is a bit disenchanted with winter this year and this piece is meant to portray the excitement of those first few days of spring.
Each panel measures 18" x 6" on 1 1/2" deep gallery wrapped canvas.


Lets hope for an early spring this year, maybe in March we'll all get to see spring breaking through in our own part of the country. www.artfulcreations.etsy.com

10 comments:

NeereAnDear said...

Oh Ruth I am just in awe of your triptychs ... I love how they flow through from one to the next ... the colors are quite beautiful .... loving where you are going with the style of your paintings ....

HUGS
JO

Catherine Holman said...

Another great triptych Ruth! I'm so ready for spring!

MissMerryweathersCreations said...

Its warmer here today (warmer as in above freezing) and I can imagine spring is coming! This piece is so inspiring!

Donna said...

You've captured it beautifully! Very nice, Ruth!

Happy Valentine's Day to you!
Hugs,
Donna

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi ruth!
oh my gosh!
it is fabulous!
happy happy valentine's day!
xoxoxo
m & e

Suzanne said...

Beautiful Ruth, just gorgeous...hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day.

Gail McCormack said...

Another beauty Ruth!!
Love it!

Celestina Marie Designs said...

Hi Ruth,
Such a beautiful painting and so fitting for the name. You have captured the hopes of Spring soon to come so well. Love it!
Like all your work, it leaves one feeling encouraged and inspired through your color and style.
You continue to amaze with your creativity.
Happy painting my friend.
Hugs from a warmer 78 degree Texas.
Celestina Marie

Heather said...

This is sooooo beautiful! Nice work!!

Book Geekery said...

Hi, I'm a new follower from the EBT, I just wanted to say hello, and I think that triptych is absolutely lovely!