Clouds, Winds, Light & Kite.
A great one where I wanted to capture the light on the ocean.
See how the diagonal movement takes over parts of the elements in the composition.
Again something you won’t pull from working from a photo, but circumstances there do this to a painting. Movement, the feeling of storm, the energy of the moment, an outdoor painter converts it all into paint!
The benefits of outdoor painting are enormous!
SSU13-2019 Seascape Plein air Painting
‘Clouds, Winds & Kite’
It’s in these stormy circumstances that you’ll need to have taped the palette to the easel,
having a sturdy easel that can carry weight, allowing you to keep to be happy painting with reliable sand-free gear.
The wind blows sand, but not high enough to mess with the paint.
Join us for a great in-person class at the beach – 3 Days Seascaping with Roos Schuring
More info is here: roosschuring.com/sea
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