DescriptionThis is beautiful example of my ability to to capture the lush green meadows of Springtime, This is a special time when the mountains are a buzz with new plants and all the elk and deer have an adundance of food to eat. Here I've captured the green and yellow aspens as they saok up the the rays of the sun next to the shallow streambed. The wildflowers grace the shores of this enchanted land!
W Scott Fenton, loveland co. Member Since July 2007 Artist Statement Hello, my name is Walter Scott Fenton, I am a Colorado native. I' ve been painting in oils for 35 years, often painting at least a painting a week, for all but about 2 years, when I moved up to Loveland Colorado. I was fortunate to have found some good teachers along the way, but as you know their is no substitute for practice! I was also a teacher of oil painting for about 5 years. I advocate the "science of Painting" which the alphabetical application of painting. My style is a small brush technique with broken color impressionism- realism , with an emphasis on value control, and color transiton. My greatest achievement is to have sold my painting at Christies East at aution 1988. titled Bridalveil Falls