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Presenting the May seascape. Another for you in my series from the 2017 calendar.
The origin of Winter wave
Our winter of 2016 produced many storms, including some huge winds, rain and high tides, even as late as December. This sandy water was characteristic of our suburban shores in those storms. May was still warm so technically this is not a May seascape. But as the weather often turns by then, it fits the bill for a calendar.
I have a progress shot of this painting in the archive. Would you like to see it?
Sorry, I couldn’t quite hear you. Just hoping it was a “yes”…
This photograph is an early one. It is interesting to see that the violet persisted through to the finished work. It doesn’t always happen.
Like any work, professional painting has to go on in all conditions and states of mind. And results and processes vary!
The muse or not the muse
Sometimes I have colourful under-painting which disappears under layers of decisions. Perhaps they are the days when the muse hasn’t gripped me, or perhaps gripped me too late!
In this one I planned to take several progress pics but forgot all about that as work went on. Evidence for late gripping by the muse perhaps.
What’s your guess?
Or your experience with the elusive muse?