Sky & Fields Collection

Winter Mist Rising

A mist rises over the hayfields in the cool of the evening after a warm afternoon. Here in the Deep South we can have a 30-40 degree difference between day and night even in winter.

Minervaville Road, Fall Shadows

“Minervaville Road, Fall Shadows”, oil, 6 x 8″, © Mary Bentz Gilkerson
The clear light of fall afternoons creates strong patterns of light and dark …

Fall Mist Rising

A warm fall day means mist rising off the ground as soon as the sun goes down. Wisps and waves of mist float across open fields and pastures overtaking everything in its path. They seem to meander every which way. When I was a child, those mists were scary things, the...

Mivervaville Evening, Summer

The last of the light along Minervaville Road on a late summer/early fall evening. Bands of distant storm clouds catch the  last of the sun. The deep blue greens of high summer are giving way to the warm greens that signal the change of seasons. Before long color will...

Fall Fence Line

The western fence line at sunset is a burst of mango and pink above warm greens in the foliage nearest the light. Everything else is a subtle variation…

Winter Evening II

Yesterday afternoon the season changed between noon and evening from fall to winter, going from close to 70 degrees to 40 in 90 minutes as a front moved…

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