oil on canvas panel, 8 x 10 inches
While painting another scene adjacent to a local fisherman's harbor, I labored over getting that painting right. After throwing in the towel, I turned, went accross the street and slapped out this little painting in twenty minutes. I had become very tight and fussy with the last one and needed to cut loose. This painting will never see a frame, but there are parts of it that I find arresting. I will probably go back and make a larger, highly engaging piece from this subject.
Right now, this whole plein air thing is to practice practice practice. I can feel the skills sharpening with every painting. This one was just plain fun!
Labels: Boats, Paint for fun, Plein Air Oil, Plein air work, seascape