update on seascapes, works almost finished
This one is virtually finished. Some of the colours aren't showing very well, like the greenier blue on the underside of the waves. It's now hanging above the sofa so that I can decide if I'm going to do anything further to it. That's its working title, which may stick. I'd said these smaller canvasses were 30 inch squares and I've realised they are probably 24 inch squares - maths never was my thing! I do know for sure the bigger ones are 40 inch squares :)
This is still wet and so the light is catching the wet paint a little but I'm not planning to do much more to this. (the curved shape on the lower left hand edge is something in front of the canvas and not part of the painting)
The other 40 inch canvas is also virtually finished.
The disastrous one of the last post has had the sky/clouds sanded down and repainted. I moved the horizon down and repainted the sky and clouds and it's looking much better :) It's too wet to photograph and I'm planning to glaze thin oil colour over the apricot sky and sand to get the glow and then I'll post it.
There are another 2 canvasses that I'm juggling alongside these that aren't yet finished. I'll post those later.
I was going to go to the London Art Fair today in Islington - I had free tickets - but due to me dying of the dreaded lurgy I couldn't go :( - I'd planned to meet up with Katherine of Making a Mark - so I'm relying on her giving me a report on it and hope she got the tickets I sent on in time.