Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A Hill in Kentucky

A Hill in Kentucky, 9x12, Oil. 
My chosen scene, off to the left, was across the road from "Acres of Land Winery" in Richmond, Kentucky. During my stay with our sick cousin, my sister convinced me to de-stress and paint. Mostly I captured thoughts though my camera's eye. Giving Linda the reigns to drive my get-away car, I focused on drive-by shootings of the country side. 
[Postscript: this is from last Wednesday. This morning Lanny stepped into Eternity....]




10 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Jill, I'm sorry for your loss; I'm sure your cousin felt your love and caring. Glad you got out a bit to refresh yourself.

Janelle Goodwin said...

My condolences to you and your family, Jill. How wonderful that you were there with your cousin. Lovely painting and scenery shots.

NoviceArtist said...

I'm so sorry to hear of the death of your relative. May the Lord comfort you all in this time.

Beautiful camera shots, and painting.

BaysideLife said...

My sympathy and prayers are coming your way. A lovely painting.

Kathy Cousart said...

Jill, I am sorry for your loss but know you were glad to be all together. Beautiful painting- you do hillsides/country as well as coastal! I am always inspired! Take care!

Teresa said...

Hi Jill,

Catching up. So sorry to hear about your loss. Painting time can be so therapeutic when things are difficult.

Beautiful paintings.

Don Bishop said...

So sorry about your loss Jill. Beautiful country, I like your little video. Nice painting as always : )

Painting Workshops said...

Nice Painting! By the way, If u have time drop by my painting blog. Thanks!.. .daniel

Painting workshop said...

There wasn't any new post. I just wanted to greet Happy Easter!...Daniel

Jill Berry said...

Thank You all for your condolences,
constant encouragement,
and friendship.

Can't tell you how many times last week at the Plein
Air event that I talked about my blog-friends, all I've learned from you.
Will enjoy sharing the event with you, and getting caught up on your happenings too.