Tuesday, April 6, 2010

On New Castle Island


New Castle is a well preserved colonial island town, settled in 1623 and just a stones throw from Portsmouth. It is New Hampshire's smallest town. The houses are mostly old colonials and capes ...the streets are narrow and winding. In this painting the houses and the road help point the way to the center of interest...the distant house with the red roof . The format is 2 square...4.5 " x 8.5 and can be easily transferred to a 12 x 24 " canvas if I decide to do an oil painting of this scene.

Watercolor 4.5 x 8.5"

4 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

Dennis, you are a true master of capturing small town America. I've loved every single one and this is no different. Gorgeous.

Denny said...

Thank you so much Autumn
:D

Bruce Sherman said...

Hi again Denny!... Love this composition! You certainly capture the eye and the spirit and intimacy of this small village with its narrow roads.Great colour!

Nicely done!

Good painting and regards!
Bruce

Denny said...

Hi Bruce ...and thank you for your kind comment and your visit.