Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Wind Blown Tree


In the Studio I am keeping in mind a 'suggestion' of the subject and trying to mix a natural green. Above my painted suggestion of the wind blown tree at the centre of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. It is tiny.

8 comments:

  1. It looks gorgeous, very soft and ethereal. And I love seeing your work space with your palette and sketchbook.

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  2. Thanks Sandra, I have restricted myself to working just from a small table and funnily enough am finding I'm getting a lot done.

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  3. Love the textures in this painting and the colours too. You have a very tidy studio - I love to see where artists work.

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  4. Thanks Jacqui. Our Gallery/home is on the market, so piles of stuff got moved to the loft or is hidden in cupboards for viewings! I'm painting with water based oils W&N Artisan range they move and dry slowly like oils, but don't smell and you can clean knives and brushes in water.

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  5. I LOVE that tree! How tiny, is tiny? It's so atmospheric and those scratched lines are just perfick :)

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  6. Thank you! I bought 40 - 20cm square canvas panels, they seem teeny tiny to me, but I am determined to work on them. I have had some interest from Galleries and my online shop is growing, so I thought the panels might post better than canvas. The tree itself is about 3ft high in an 800 acre nature reserve, I'll dig out some pics.

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