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Snake Rail Fences at Antietam Digital Art by Lois Bryan

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Comments (47)

Will Borden

Will Borden

Hi Lois~~a real feel-good piece of beautiful hand-painted digital fine art! Like everything about it! Stunning! F&L!!

Inez Ellen Titchenal

Inez Ellen Titchenal

like the colors

Lee Piper

Lee Piper

Beautiful work

PAUL COCO

PAUL COCO

Beautifully done. I've had the pleasure of shooting some of these fences my self. Yours are better!

Steve Taylor

Steve Taylor

This is very beautiful Lois. Faved

Carrie Armstrong

Carrie Armstrong

Magnificent work Lois congratulations

Lois Bryan replied:

Carrie thank you!!! So happy you enjoyed it!!

Jeff Iverson

Jeff Iverson

Congratulations your wonderful work is now featured on Artist Salon 1! Please add your work to our Discussion archive for features.

Lois Bryan replied:

Jeff thank you so so much ... I truly appreciate the honor!!! I have tweeted the group.

Michael Mazaika

Michael Mazaika

Of all the Civil War battlefields that I've been privileged to visit, this is my favorite. Great image, Lois. - Mike (V)

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Michael. It always pulls at my heartstrings ... I haven't visited too many of the battlefields, but this one really has such a strong presence of the past ... especially in autumn, of course. Glad you enjoyed the image.

Randy Burns

Randy Burns

The warm greens and sense of gentle depth are so beautifully explored in this Snake Rail fence scene Lois. So beautiful. F/L/TW.

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you so much, Randy!!

Neal Alicakos

Neal Alicakos

Beautiful work Lois, smooth as the landscape.

Lois Bryan replied:

Neal, thank you!!!

Lori Deiter

Lori Deiter

Such a beautiful scene with the winding road and pretty trees, along with your special touch!!!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thanks so much, Lori ... so happy you enjoyed it!!

Lavender Liu

Lavender Liu

Lovely color, excellent composition! L/F

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you so much, Lavender!!

Artist Nandika Dutt

Artist Nandika Dutt

Beautiful

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you Nandika

Leif Sohlman

Leif Sohlman

Beautiful work and presentation of Snake Rail Fences At Antietam Lois

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Lefi!!

Linda Howes

Linda Howes

So sweet and so country, it makes me feel at home Lois, I love it! l/f/t

Lois Bryan replied:

Thanks so much, Linda ... scenes like this one are a part of my whole life, too!!

Marsha Reeves

Marsha Reeves

Your description is really great, and the sense of light and mood in this image is glorious! l/f/p

Lois Bryan replied:

Marsha, thank you so much for your lovely note!!!

Connie Fox

Connie Fox

So very beautiful, Lois. I loved reading your description and learning about these fences. As with Gettysburg and other Civil War sites, the beauty you have portrayed here is such a contrast to the battlefield history, yet it honors the fallen. That's just one thing I love about it. Congratulations on your features!

Lois Bryan replied:

Connie, most sincere thanks for your thoughts ... yes, the contrast of the scenes I see today ... and the history they represent is such a contrast. I am glad you feel that my interpretations honor those who fell. Thank you again!!

Tatiana Travelways

Tatiana Travelways

Congratulations - Your beautiful artwork has been featured in the "Travel Art" group! For further promotion, you can post it to the specific Travel Destinations galleries, our Facebook group and our Pinterest board - all the links are provided on our group's homepage: https://fineartamerica.com/groups/1-travel-art.html * You are also invited to post it to our group's blog: travelartpix.com for worldwide exposure!

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you so much, Tatiana!!! I have tweeted the group!!

Zenya Zenyaris

Zenya Zenyaris

Amazing landscape painting, love the colors, and the vivid effect of the trees! l/f

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Zenya!!

Reynold Jay

Reynold Jay

Lovely as can be. FAVORITE! L/F

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you, Reynold!!

Jim Hill

Jim Hill

Wonderful artistry, I love your detailed work on the trees !

Lois Bryan replied:

Jim thank you!!!! And thanks for noticing the trees ... they were fun to experiment with!!!

Lori Pittenger

Lori Pittenger

Congratulations Lois, your outstanding artwork has been featured on the leading page of Impressionism group! Please take a moment to visit the group and view it there as it has been carefully arranged and displayed on our gallery wall with other fantastic artist’s works. Also, feel free to add it to the featured art archive in the group’s discussions as well. Excellent work! Lori

Lois Bryan replied:

Most sincere and humble thanks, Lori ... always an honor to see something of mine among the fabulous images you curate!!!! Thank you, thank you!!!

Tami Quigley

Tami Quigley

Love this picturesque scene, beautifully done Lois! L/F

Lois Bryan replied:

Tami many thanks!!!

Don Columbus

Don Columbus

Congratulations Lois, your work is Featured in "Photographic Camera Art" I invite you to place it in the group's "2019 Featured Image Archive" Discussion!! L/Tweet

Lois Bryan replied:

Don many sincere thanks!!! I have tweeted the group and will add the image to your discussion!!! thank you again!!!

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