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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

"Romeo and Juliet Were Here"

12" x 12" oil on 1" canvas w/ sides painted yellow  Gifted to the Opera League

My loose interpretation of similar scenes all over Colorado.  The graceful golden sunlit leaves in Autumn, when blown by the wind, make a clapping sound similar to rain.  It is very pleasant and musical.  Look for the initials of  the lovers, Romeo and Juliet! Wonder how they snuck away to Colorado?  Imagine that you see them tiptoeing through the foliage!

2 comments:

Rayann Orr Fine Art said...

Rev, beautiful!!!!

Johanna Cellucci said...

I tried leaving a comment when you first posted this painting. Now that I am looking at it again, I see the initials on the tree. I presume the initials stand for you and your husband. But, they could be ours also. Now the title finally dawned on me! This painting has a very nice feel to it.