Wednesday, October 19, 2011

"Seattle Waterfront" and Arts in the Woods

I walk by here a lot when I am in Seattle. It's just a little way down from where the ferry lets you off at Coleman dock if you are coming over from Bainbridge Island or Bremerton. Both of these boats do tour cruises. This painting will be on display for the Arts in the woods Studio Tour in Poulsbo coming up November 11th, 12th and 13th . Stop by if you are in the area! The Knowles Studio will be decked out with exciting new artwork!
6x10 oil on panel  sold

7 comments:

Tina Marohn said...

I really enjoy viewing your work and hope to some time in person - maybe the November show. I love this piece as I am very fond of the Seattle waterfront.

DARRELL ANDERSON said...

Whooo-eeeee. Now tell me you painted this plein air and I'll give you all my brushes. Hot. Very nice. Immediate painting envy.

Robin Weiss said...

Hi Tina! Welcome to IPA! Thanks for the kind comment! I'm sure you would enjoy the studio tour and it would be great to meet ya..=]Looking through your blog it seems you have a good start to a great art career.

Robin Weiss said...

Thanks Darrell! Ha! I don't think I could have pulled this off plein air.. did it in the studio as a study for a larger painting.....and you need all your brushes to keep producing the great PA work you have been doing!!

Jane said...

Gorgeous painting!

Joe Kresoja said...

Nice!

Valerie May said...

I love seeing how you handle water paintings..living on Cape Cod I paint water and boats. Your painting is beautiful really captures the water.
Gorgeous!