Thursday, July 3, 2008

Skywatch Friday: King Mt. Summer's Blush

(King Mountain Summer in Idaho 1999 acrylic on Canvas by Kathiesbirds)


The setting summer sun
caresses the gentle slopes
of the Lost River Range
King Mountain blushes
behind fragrant stacks of gold--
summer bales of winter sustenance
~Kathiesbirds (July 3, 2008)


Skywatch Friday is hosted by Wiggers World
Click on the link to see a monsoon sky in Sycamore Canyon

16 comments:

  1. Nice work of art there Kathie. I like it and the colors you chose to use in it.

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  2. I love how your Skywatch post on this blog is so different from the many, many others ;) Well done!

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  3. Thank you for sharing your talent w/ us

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  4. Poet, painter, and rat farmer. I wasn't going to miss this again. Nice combo of visual art and word art. Pappy

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  5. Beautiful words....perfect painting.

    Well done, once again!

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  6. Love the colors! Really a great work of art!

    My SWF photo is posted HERE.

    Hope you could stop by, too. Thanks!

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  7. Beautiful.... as always I am happy to come here as I know I'll be impressed with either picture, or words or like today both..
    I also notice other posts that I NEED to see soI'll be back.

    Tom

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  8. Cool entry for skywatch… all I can say is that “you’ll be the sun in somebody else’s sky”…LoL! Mine’s up too hope you can drop by…

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  9. King Mountain blushes is a wonderful way to describe the sunset. Beautiful painting and lovely words.

    Have a great holiday!

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  10. I like the contrasting colors and the subtle shadow on the right side of the painting, well done:)

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  11. i really like your painting kathie - i paint with acrylics also - not sure what my style is though.

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  12. It´s the timne of the year to make those stacks. Here they look like big white plastic cylinders scattered all over the fields. Your stack looks so much better.

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  13. There is an award for you at my blog today!

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  14. I came over in response to this week's OSI and this painting caught my eye. How amazing!

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