Monday, June 17, 2013

# 173 "Double Tall", oil

This is another of my "Langley Inside Out" series, interior scenes of buildings in Langley. This is where I stand to wait for my coffee when I am at Useless Bay Coffee Company, a very popular local hang out. I bought the support panel one day just because I liked the size and shape of it, and have been waiting for just the right composition to present itself for that format. While waiting for my coffee it appeared to me. Inspiration can strike at any time, right? Like most painters I find myself composing paintings all the time. Everything I look at becomes an imaginary painting. Most never get to the canvas. But some do. As is the case with The Ray for the Day "Double Tall".

6 comments:

Jennifer said...

I love the light on those cups, Phyllis!

Jennifer said...

I love the light on those cups, Phyllis!

rileysmilesify said...

Gorgeous! The details are so intricate, it's like I can tell exactly how the light is shining in.

Glenn + Corrin said...

This just feels like a relaxing morning. I love it Phyllis. And I LOVED meeting you.

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Jane said...

A stunning and very detailed work ,absolutely beautiful !