I’m in the last throes of completing a series of river pictures that have been ‘almost done’ for weeks now. I nudge each of them forward every time I get out the palette, and yet they seem to stay stubbornly in the ‘not quite yet’ camp. ALMOST!!
Last Sunday I completed this one: (click for larger view)
Deep Summer Afternoon, ©2015
20″ x 16″ Oil on board; $500 unframed
This was one of those summer days when you can feel the thunderstorm wanting to happen. Living on Piscataway Bay gives me the most wonderful relationship with the sky. I am so much more in tune with the movement of weather and celestial bodies than I was living in the big woods.
Moyaone Market this Saturday, October 3rd.
Come on down for new paintings and new things happening at Clearwell Studios
2 thoughts on “River Painting: Deep Summer Afternoon”
I can f-e-e-l the texture of the paint, and the humid breeze of the bay against my cheek!
I really, really love this. If I could afford to be an art investor, this would be my first investment!