Oil on canvas, 16x9". Gamut Red-Orange & Blue-Green. Palette: Thalo Blue; Cad. Red Med. Zinc White; Titanium White; Alternate color: Viridian
Original composition based on 3 photos. (What fun this one was! Thanks RR!)

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Comment by Colleen McCafferty on December 2, 2013 at 18:59

Congratulations Carolyn on winning Richard's workshop.  It is indeed an honour to be chosen.  Well done!

Comment by Sharon Repple on December 2, 2013 at 16:17

Congratulations Carolyn for being selected for critique and especially for winning Richard workshop painting. This is a beautiful powerful painting. 

Comment by Carolyn Brunsdon on December 2, 2013 at 14:30

 Dor, I so appreciate you. Thank you many times over for your positive and fun friendship! Yes! Being an artist IS grand! I can finally say that I'm an artist and not feel like I'm exaggerating. Thank you so much!

Comment by Dorian Aronson on December 2, 2013 at 14:15

Hello Dear Carolyn

I am thrilled for you!  Congratulations on creating a painting so good that Richard critiqued it.  That is an honor you deserve.  Have been out of town for Thanksgiving and so am just now getting to let you know  I know!  Smiles to you  and Happy Painting.......Isn't being an artist just grand?  You are a delight.........Smiles and many more painting successes........: ))

Comment by Carolyn Brunsdon on December 2, 2013 at 3:51

Michael C. You keep appearing and then disappearing like a vapor in the morn...we miss you around here, my friend! Thank you for taking the time to check in, I know how super busy a man you are. Hope you find your way back to your brush and easel soon.!

Comment by Carolyn Brunsdon on December 2, 2013 at 3:49

Gosh, Jessica, just can't quite believe this, and it was the really weird one than captured a really great one from Richard. Thank you so much for your comments and friendship.

Comment by Michael Chomse on December 2, 2013 at 0:28

Fantastic, Carolyn! Well done! Things have certainly hotted up in my absence!

Comment by Jessica Futerman on December 2, 2013 at 0:16

Congratulations on the critique & on winning Richard's workshop painting, Carolyn!  You sure deserve it after all your hard work!

Comment by Carolyn Brunsdon on December 1, 2013 at 14:40

Thank you the really great critique, James. It is a bit "brooding". Interesting that it reminded you of Heathcliff's moor. Had to look it up to find what you were comparing it to!  Appreciate the kind and encouraging comments.

Comment by James J. Flanagan on December 1, 2013 at 3:59

I'm drawn to the intense energy you achieved in this one, Carolyn -- I can almost hear the booming of the surf.  At the same time, with the help of that subdued sunset, you managed to create a brooding atmosphere reminiscent  of Heathcliff's moor.  Also, I like the way those pink clouds bounce off the greenish foreground and add a liveliness to your painting. Beautiful job!


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