Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Triangular Field in Pastel 1 by Dianne Lorden

This Gettysburg National Military Park location holds personal interest for me, so I've photographed it many times, from many angles. It's a large area known as the Triangular Field; here's a view of the entrance from "behind" the Devil's Den upper road. It's done from a photo I took on one of my endless tramps among the park lands.
My fine art website is: South Mountain Sketchbook

8 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

What a Beauty!

Tatiana Myers said...

Beautiful lead-in in this painting. Very successful rendering, Dianne!

Sharon K Benner said...

Lovely scene and wonderful colors

Mary Beth Brath said...

Fantastic work. I am pulled right down the path.

Charlotte Yealey said...

Your pastels are so calming and peaceful. Very nice.

Dianne Lorden said...

Thanks! It's a great view ... Good to work with.

Linda Young said...

This is such a nice peaceful scene; it makes me want to walk into it.

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

This is positively gorgeous, Dianne!