Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Sweetwater Creek Bridge

Oil on Canvas 9 x 12"
$ 200 

The Zorn palette has became my teacher, and i enjoy the lessons. A worm and humid afternoon by the Creek where the span of the bridge is the only human presence; ants anjoyed my legs and every bag i had!





8 comments:

Arti said...

I like your stroke work, Mariano...may be because its so different than mine.
Refreshing and cool.The bridge is beautiful.

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Arti,
that was such a nice thing to say. You are so kind. Thank you for visiting. I like to explore the possibilities of the Zorn palette is not my regular palette, but it is real easy at the end with a few strokes of red and black to bring this otherwise muted palette to life. Happy painting

L.Holm said...

beautiful color in this. I just found your site from Celeste's. Lovely work! Is that Anders Zorn?
biting ants! Yikes! the perils of plein air...lol! Best regards, Liz

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Liz,
Thank you very much. Celeste has many merits. Thank you liking my oils. Yes Anders Zorn: white black ochre vermillion.It's 3 weeks i am using the Zorn Palette and i love it. Thank you for becaming a follower, i will reciprocate because i love your work as well.

Alberto, il pittore said...

hi Mariano,

nice color composition, good work, back from Canada. Look forward to your responce from my Dry paintings posting, little later,

Ciao

Mariano Zucchi said...

Ciao Alberto,
welcome back, thank you very much. Looking forward to your posting

Galina Nikolova said...

Ciao Mariano!
I think this one is one of the best you made! The colour range is well measured and I think the final result is great.
Galina

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Galina,
I am so glad you liked this one. And so greatfull for your friendship and comments. I think understand now why the Zorn palette is so powerfull!!