|© Robin Edmundson, 'Midwinter Sky & Birds', watercolor, 18x24 inches. |
Framed to 26x32 inches. $750.
I've been working with this scene for a while and I realized that what it really wanted was more space, so I worked it up in a larger format. I love it.
Our winter palette is mostly umbers and ochres - until it snows, and for a few days it's hard to tell where the sky stops and the trees and fields begin. Then the trees shake off the snow and clouds and re-establish the boundaries.
There is a stark beauty in a winter day like that, with scraps of earth showing through the snow. On a day like this, there is quiet in the clutter of our woods and farms, with nothing to distract from the ebb and flow of winter birds moving from one field to the next.
I love this about Indiana.