Posted by resonanteye on 05/20/2012
original 11×14″ watercolor painting, framed. $100 includes shipping.
All are the originals; click the image to see them larger, or the text caption to buy!
I’ve framed all the watercolors with tonal back mats, in fairly simple dark wooden frames with glass.
All watercolors are on arches 140lb paper (some hotpress, some cold) and oils are unframed, on gallery-wrapped canvas.
Most of these are very recent, painted this spring.
All are painted from memory and photo reference I took, OR on site, en plein aire.
Some are local scenery, and some are moments from road trips and adventures.
Additional images of these landscapes are HERE,if you would like to see them in more detail.
I do not currently have prints of any landscapes available, sorry.
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Posted by resonanteye on 03/22/2012
snowed all night, melting a bit today. still living by firelight, without a laptop until later this week.
all of these are for sale here, if you’re interested!
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Posted by resonanteye on 02/24/2012
I first did a really red underpainting. I had a photograph I took that day that was blazing and fiery- but it wasn’t how I remembered the coast that day. It was the wrong feeling.
I remember storm clouds layered in the sky, and a glint of sun as it set, from behind the rocks. So I painted over the first, and proceeded to work from sketch and memory instead of a photo.
With all the grey, and violet- I think it captures that day, that cold feeling of the end of winter on the coast, much better.
I do a lot of coast hiking and collecting and spend most of my time there in winter, which sounds cold and uninviting but is the best time there. The Oregon coast gives up its secrets and its treasures during the winter storms, and low tide after a windy high-hell day is the very best time to be there.
You do have to bundle up. I wear a fleece hoody under a thick overcoat. If you wear a windbreaker it helps, as well as a balaclava and some mittens. I use the flip-over hobo mittens so that I can handle delicate finds and sketch, even while staying warm.
A thermos full of hot broth helps a lot too.
Low tide. Done from plein aire sketches on site last year in march.
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Posted by resonanteye on 02/16/2012
one more painting before I start packing for the show.
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