20 January, 2007

How Do You Make a Landscape Out of Pinks and Greens?

Pink Forest, 7.3" x 5.3"
Pastel on Board
Casey Klahn

Here's one of the Colorist American Landscapes in my studio. I am certainly liking that new Nikon D80 camera.


Philip said...

Nice work Casey, I like it very much.

Unknown said...

I think your landscapes are my favorite. I love the bold large sections of color that just so happen to make a landscape. Wonderful.

Casey Klahn said...

Phillip, Thanks for having a look!
Nicole, coming from you, it is a high compliment!

Anonymous said...

Great work Casey! I love the Turquoise! That's my favorite color! You do wonderful work!

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Angela!
My favorite color is red. I like both sides of red, the yellow side and the blue side. I can't say the same for my favor of blue's range and likewise yellow.
Sounds like a post idea, here...

RGrantham said...

Hi Casey, happened into your blog from T.West,
I love this piece, as I do have a fond love of pastels, landscapes and color too.
This is gorgeous! So glad I saw it, it brightened my day.
All the best,

Casey Klahn said...

Thank you, Rebecca. Nice to meet you.
I hope to post a Colorist American Landscape each weekend, so please stay tuned.

Robyn Sinclair said...

I've been looking forward to getting a close up look at this landscape, Casey. I love it! Beautiful shapes and colours and very much a landscape.

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Robyn.
These Colorist American Landscapes are great fun.
I am hard at work with the Italy backstreet sketch on the easel. Because it is less about gesture, and more about subject, I am struggling to succeed.
Will I have the courage to post the process before the outcome is certain? Stay posted...

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