Our Tuesday night long pose group comes up with great costumes. This seasonal favorite was lots of fun. I finished the painting last night and the oils will need a week to dry before shipping. To purchase please click on the buy now button below and follow the instructions.
I captured this image last year in Rocky Mountain National Park. The Park is 28 miles west of where I live and in is loaded with elk. In spring they migrate down here, sometimes in large herds as large as 80. As you all may know we had a huge flood last week and the park was closed. There has been elke sightings down here but I haven't seen any personally. To purchase please clock on the buy now button and follow the instructions
Trail To The Loc In Rocky Mountain National Park #0715E
Oil on stretched canvas
Size 14x18 inched unframed
This was the second RMNP painting that I completed in lated June of this year. I hiked to the Loc near Glacier Gorge. Those of you who travel the park and have gone to Bear lake know where this area is. To purchase please click on the buy now button below and follow the instructions
In late June I hiked up to Andrews Glacier. Andrews is located in the Glacier Basin area of Rocky Mountain National Park. I like this area because it reminds me of the type of paintings that Carl Rungus did in the early part of the 20th century. Strong, visible, determined paint strokes. The air was thin and luckely the weather was cooperative.
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George Coll lives west of Loveland, Colorado, with his wife Jennifer. In 1994, they purchased their two-acre property with a 1920s-built-home, a barn and several outbuildings that include a studio he built in 1999. This rambling property at the base of the Rocky Mountains is also home to George’s two pack llamas. Night Train and Cardamom who love to trek into the backcountry with George to carry his paint supplies.
George works from life. George’s landscape paintings are composed on location to capture the essence of light. His larger landscapes/cityscapes are completed in the studio from his on-location field studies. George’s figurative paintings are inspired by his friends and acquaintances, which patiently model for him until completed.