Birch Trees Fall Foliage!


This was a painting I just completed for the weekly challenge on DPW. This is my first attempt at painting these trees and it was definitely a challenge with so many vertical lines! 
I used both a brush and palette knife for added interest. The painting isn't quite as dark on the bottom right in person, I think the easel gave it a shadow. I'm going to fix the tree in the middle so that 
the top isn't so pronounced. I just need to blur it a little 
because right now it's almost smack in the middle, which divides the painting in half.


Susan said...

Very unique, Jennifer. Fabulous job! Thanks for sharing. Susan

Olivier Violin said...

Magie des couleurs... C'est splendide!

Jen Beaudet said...

Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! It really means a lot to me. I've been trying some new things lately and I'm glad you've stuck around to see:)

juliefordoliver.blogspot.com said...

You made a wonderful feeling of space and light in this. Cannot tell they are your first birch trees. Good job!

Jen Beaudet said...

Thank you Julie! That's what I was going for! I just want it to link a little less like an enchanted forest. I made a few small changes and will post it tonight.Thanks for your visit and comments!

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