Some think I just paint away and magically it just works. ‘Au contraire’ : – )
When I painted this I realized I should tell you how long and how ‘wimpy’ I can work on the details, or how I work in getting a compo that’s harmonious.
Adding a tiny dot every 5 minutes, looking, testing, and so on. Wiping, again, and again. The end result doesn’t show this searching for the ‘right’ compo, and it looks ‘free and spontaneous’. Often the spontaneity is there in the beginning and middle, but at the end, I often take it very slow. Maybe everyone works like this. I don’t know. Just thought I should mention it. A good painting never comes easy. For no one, I think. In very rare occasions they do, don’t they? : – )
- Seascape Evening Sun Beach (sold)
- Seascape People in Afternoon – Zeegezicht – sold
- Cloudscape Evening – sold