Took the picture of my wife, Cute Judy Lee, in Nova Scotia, July 1971, and made it into an oil painting:
The orginal photo was taken July 1971 on the east coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. For me, it invokes the feeling of a nostalgic Andrew Wyeth painting.
Andrew Wyeth is considered one of the greatest and best-known U.S. artists of the middle 20th century. He was a ‘realist’ regionalist style painter of rural landscapes and people. And for me, his paintings invoke romantic notions and strong family feelings.
He was aptly dubbed “painter of the people.”
Am I right, completely bonkers, or is it just little old blurry-eyed me?
“Breezy in Nova Scotia”