Orange Red Sunrise.
The wind was blowing so heavily, blowing over most of the gear during this painting session. My easel can ‘survive’ this because I place weight at the back of it and my panels are secured to the easel, I can still be painting. When it would be raining also, yes that would be bad. Storm and umbrellas don’t mix. :)
This is an example of the Sky in the morning just before the weather changes to rainy. Great reds and oranges!
I so love these moments. But you won’t know it will be there when you’re leaving the house.
Catching these: you need several days, several weeks where ‘you’re just going’. As a surprise, you’ll find a few of those situations.
LW07-2015 Landscape Pleinair Painting
“Orange Red Sunrise”
oil on canvas, 24×30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″ 2015
- The Sun in Winter (sold)
- Seascape First Sunrise – sold
- Painting Cows on a Sunny Day (sold)