One of the challenges of painting outside is dealing with less than perfect weather conditions. I decided to accept the challenge and set up down by the water. The low tide had stranded a bunch of kelp on the sand and I liked the orange gold color of it against the sand and ocean. Since there were no shadows, I concentrated on the colors of the waves and the reflections of the rocks. I have several more seascapes on my website at SharonWeaver.com
Driving home I stopped in the mountains to look back toward the ocean. The view was lovely with the sun shining on the wild flowers and the ocean in the foggy distance. I plan to come back to that lookout and paint the scene with the sun sparkling off the ocean.
Topics: Plein Air Painting
- Playground for an Artist
- Painting the Ocean
- Seaside Painting
- Plein Air Painting at Eaton Canyon
- Art at Garden of the Seven Sorrows
- Riverside Bridge
- Plein Air Painting at Hyperion Bridge
- Painting Eaton Canyon
1 Response to Art on a Foggy Day
Great job as always, Sharon!!!
Your paintings are going to ROCK up there in Carmel at the event if these are any indication.
So when you go paint again next week, can I go too. (Except on Wednesday ... or early Thursday).
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