Friday, 16 March 2007

Sunny Sunday

This is for my Dutch cyber friend René. Painted in the vicinity of Vienna. There is a new blog about the PleinAir Workshop I am doing with Andrew Judd in September in one of the most beautiful countrysides of Austria. You will find the link here. ------>



15x20 cm, Oil on Mat Board

22 comments:

Michael Ornauer said...

Ich verneige mein Haupt! großartig!

Gruß,
Michael

H Malott said...

This is beautiful Stefan! The warm, lush color is wonderful.

Jennifer McChristian said...

Wow! This is the kind of stuff that makes my heart melt. I love the way the beautifully painted (and well drawn) red machinery stands out amongst the rich and vivid greens.
Great composition too!

Jennifer McChristian said...
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Jennifer McChristian said...

(Oooops, I accidentally posted twice)

By the way, thanks for providing a link for the workshops in September!
Not certain if I can go at this point, however, I will keep it in mind.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Michael, so ein überschwängliches Lob von Dir!? Vielen Dank!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks Heidi, for your comment and it is nice that you follow my blog activities.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Isn´t that something, Jennifer, that my painting makes your heart melt? ;-) I appreciate your comments and critiques very much because your painting and drawing abilities are so good and it makes me very proud.

It would be great if you could join us in September. You will love it there and will find so many motives.

René said...

Wow, Stefan gone outside!!

What a treat, i could watch this one for hours. The yellow an red under-painting, marvelous. I find it funny that you paint this mowing machine in the same way that you painted all those animals in the museum.

Iam definitely looking forward to your plein air season.

C. Ousley said...

Good rich color. Right on the money. Thanks for the link. I just noticed I added your blog to my site as well. I wish I could join you cats in Austria. It's a long drive from Tennessee...

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Finally René´s Comment. Thanks a lot. I think one can only paint the way one paints. Wow, that sounds deep! I realized that I mostly seek for something manmade to cling on when there is too much nature around.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Chris, thanks for linking in reverse and you comment. It would be fun when some of our blog friends would come and join us in September. Even from Tennessee.

René said...

think one can only paint the way one paints. Wow, that sounds deep! I realized that I mostly seek for something man-made to cling on when there is too much nature around.


Yes it does indeed, ... now show me
something NOT man-made now a days, and i will paint it immediately. I think you did an excellent job to just NOT paint the man-made things, the light the mood, the haziness those are the things we don't have a hand in, .... yet.

rob ijbema said...

wow!
i love the color of backlit grass,
it is so acid green yet always got some orange init,you captured it well,so fresh!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

René, I think you are entirely right.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks Rob, for your comments and visits.

kee said...

This is very nice work. Great composition and color.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks Kee, I do also enjoy seeing your work.
Cheers...Nue

Michael Pieczonka said...

There is something magical about that greyish wheel in the shadow.. I don't know why!! I can't stop looking at it!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Michael, that is a very nice compliment. I am almost afraid of posting a new PA painting because of the wonderful reviews I had received.
Cheers...Nue

W. K. Moore said...

Warm keyed painting.. you made green a cool warm color... nicely done sir!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks, William!