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Acrylic on Canvas 12x12
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Oh wow! This is really a beautiful job. I did this one, but am not completely happy with mine, as it was the first time I tried this idea. But, I LOVE the concept, and will be working to develop the abstract look.
Thank you for the comment on my shipyard. That one came easy, I love just splashing the paint on. Robinson gives us many ideas, and I just want to develop them all.
What state was your shipyard in?
Jess, this is just beautiful. I had just finished this workshop in the Art Funbox and found it a great learning experience. I love what you did.
Thank you so much Roberta. :)
Thank you Dor, I absolutley love your work, so that means alot to me. :)
I love your painting and I am in awe of your ability to accomplish this with Acrylics. You must paint very fast............smiles to you : ))
Thanks Stephen, I agree acrylics can be a pain! I tried to work fast and blend while the paint was still wet. I have to confess, I have a bad habit of not cleaning my brush between colors. So blending wasnt too big of a problem. :) In the foreground I painted the sand under the water first then added the reflections, I tried to remember Richards instructions about painting calm water using only vertical and horzontal strokes.
Thank you Laura, I'm glad you like it. :)
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