Homeresque Shoreline by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

November 07, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

I am an admirer of Winslow Homer and his paintings. Many masterpieces such as "Breezing Up" and "Eight Bells" are so real. The colors are both dull and vibrant. The views are serene yet foreboding. One can imagine themselves in the environment. 

The particular masterpieces mentioned are about the waters off New England. The waters that change color with season and wind and sky. The waters where every day is not sunny and sparkling, yet the wonder and beauty are not diminished. These waters, the waters that show between the sunrise beginning and the sunset end, yet remain spectacles of themselves. 

These waters. They are passionate. They inspire. They invoke wonder. What a privilege to observe these waters. 

(Select the photos below for more detailed portfolio views)

HomeresqueWave_20201024_850_8249Homeresque WaveStormy seas meet Point Judith in the manner and coloring that brings Winslow Homer to mind. Here we are viewing from the southwestern shore of the Point in Narragansett, Rhode Island.

HomeresqueShore_20201024_850_8265Homeresque ShoreStormy seas meet Point Judith in the manner and coloring that brings Winslow Homer to mind. Here we are viewing from the southwestern shore of the Point in Narragansett, Rhode Island.

Stormy seas meet Point Judith in the manner and coloring that brings Winslow Homer to mind. Here we are viewing from the southwestern shore of the Point in Narragansett, Rhode Island.

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Photo from our Made From RI Gallery portfolio display "Seascapes/Shoreline" (all photos are available as prints, canvas wraps, framed works, cards, or many other formats). 

 

 


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