Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Muddy Cove Dory


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"Muddy Cove Dory" (4x6") Oil on Wood.
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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just stumbled across your blog. Excellent work. I don't know much about art but I know what I like.

Todd Bonita said...

Thank you sincerely, very nice to here.

Carol Knudsen said...

This is very beautiful. You have definitely captured the feeling of a quiet foggy morning. Looking forward to seeing your next one : )

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Todd - this has such a lonesome feel to it. Great job!

A Reason to Paint said...

There is an eerie mood to this one that really appeals to me.

Todd Bonita said...

Thank you..nice to hear words like feeling and mood. Thats what I'm after with these paintings. All the best to you guys.
Todd

Denny said...

Hey Todd excellent work ..... yep thats one foggy, cool New England shore line ...you put the viewer in the picture ! btw ..I'm moving to Foyes Corners in Rye (Sagamore Rd.)
near Odiorne Point... some nice views over there!

Todd Bonita said...

Hey Denny, great to hear from you again. This boat is in Ogunquit near York, Maine. Good to hear you're moving to Rye, that's very cool you lucky dog. We'll have to get together to do some plein air. So much to paint there.

All the best my friend.
Todd

Helen Read said...

Just adding my words of admiration! Another lovely painting, Todd!

Jean Victory said...

Todd,
I love the atmosphere of this piece. It reminds me so much of Stonington on a foggy morning! Nice!

Jean Victory said...

Todd,
I love the atmosphere of this piece. It reminds me so much of Stonington on a foggy morning! Nice!

Deborah Paris said...

Very lovely Todd. Beautiful restrained palette and a forlorn sort of mood.

Todd Bonita said...

Thanks to you all. I was in Stonington last year and was moved by the mood and feeling of that place...It's like walking through an Andrew Wyeth painting. Quintessential coastal Maine...gritty, moody, earthy and full of wonderful character.

Barbara Pask said...

Not sure what I can add but it's another fantastic painting. So well done as always, can feel the dampness in the air.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

You've captured the stillness and quiet in this piece Todd. You can almost feel the damp and smell the mud...

Jeffrey