Riding the Waves

Riding the Waves.

You can see I love clouds, the light on the water, having a figure there, it completes it.

This surfer completes the composition. You can see in the painting, or in the close-up here below, how I painted the waves. A sunny painting, one of the first ones in Spring.

SW02-2020 Seascape Pleinair Roos Schuring ‘Riding The Waves’
oil on canvas, 24×30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″ Sold / Find Seascapes for Sale here:

Palette and scene

Close-up

Scene

Riding the Waves of Change

It’s often about your ability to take from a moment the things you can use. And then to not panic when the moment ends. Change is what you’ll get used to outdoors.
There’s always something going ‘wrong’, or you won’t be ready for the change, but the thing is to somehow adjust. It’s most of all acceptance and adaptation I think (: working with what you Do have).

Here the beautiful morning colors got quickly replaced by a grey haze allover.
See how it’s about moments.

See how you can’t wait for these. Just go there and catch what’s there.

When you’re early you’ll get more.


Find an overview of my ► Tools, gear and equipment for outdoor painting here.
► Study Painting Clouds: find it here.


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