Painting in the Shoreline

Most of the times, I walk straight to the shore.

Most painters never put their easel IN the water, but I think you should try it!
I always walk until my feet are wet.

Looking for a perfect painting view, I most of the times find it there, in the shallow waters, in the reflective part of the beach.

No matter what weather, it’s always delivering!

Seascape-Schuring-Spring-DaySSP10-2019 Seascape Plein air Painting
‘Spring Day’

Roos Schuring, oil on canvas, 24 × 30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″
Available / Find Seascapes for Sale here:Paintings in Shop

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You then will need to move the easel along with the tide. Though you would think your view changes dramatically, it doesn’t so much when you move your easel a couple of times.

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Here a pic from the MasterClass 3-Day Seascaping, coming in March and April again! See the beauty standing here, sky reflecting and giving great perspectives!

Paint with me! Come to my Dutch beach in March or April:

Join a MasterClass & find all info about this here: https://www.youareamasterpainter.com/masterclass-3days-beach

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