Friday, February 22, 2008

12 Comments:

Blogger Ambera said...

Super dimension to this piece, your perspective gives a wonderful illusion of distance. Those must be some cold sheep though..

2/22/2008  
Blogger silvina said...

Sensational rocky shoreline.

2/22/2008  
Blogger Charles said...

Hi I found your pic via daily painters. Please note my pic:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/cuibel/2261876847/

it seems so similar (to me) taken the same week i think.
I think that is neat.

charles
http://greatSaltLakePhotos.com

2/22/2008  
Blogger Don Gray said...

Terrific, Cooper. Great panorama, expansive feel.

2/23/2008  
Blogger Candy Barr said...

Wonderful perspective and composition with a wintery feel COOPER. I'd just as soon be a summer visitor though anyway, thanks.
Keep up the good work revealing to us tourists the inner beauty of the Maine mysteries of winter!

2/23/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Ambera. I think this format worked well with this view.

2/25/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Silvina!

2/25/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Hi Charles, Yes they are similar. Yours has less snow in it however.

2/25/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Don. I think I'll do a few more in this style.

2/25/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thank you Candy--I would just as soon be a summer visitor too lately!

2/25/2008  
Blogger perez.art said...

Extraordinary work Cooper!! the perspective gives the sensation of the view from a F-16 Falcon aircraft, forgive me imagination, but it is what I felt at seeing the painting,the weather is expressed fantastic and the work in the rocks is maestrial,well done my friend.
Alex

2/28/2008  
Blogger GK said...

This is another amazing perspective of the waves crashing up. I feel cold looking at this - which means you really got the feeling in this winter scene. Burhhhh....and BRAVO!
Gretchen

2/28/2008  

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