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Autumn Wonder

Well now, this is my second try at oil painting with the wet on wet technique,  my first was (Spring Burst). I had a great time painting this one oil painting , especially the clouds. Wet on Wet oil painting is quite different from using charcoal or graphite’s as I most use to, so this is a great change of pace. Though I enjoy using charcoal  just as much, I am coming to enjoy oil painting, maybe even more. I love the colors I can use, which if very refreshing.

Spring Burst

Spring Burst

Last October I gave a new medium a try; oil painting. To my amazement I really did better than I thought I would for a first go at it. The trees, shrubs and water in the oil painting were a spontaneous decision. Although after taking a good long look at the oil painting I think maybe I had Cape Hatteras Island in my subconscious mind while painting. The treeline along the backside of the water does remind me the the trees and foliage at the Hatteras location. The only thing that would be out of place in this oil painting for that area would be all the color in the foreground. I may have had good ole home on my mind.

This landscape oil painting was created with the wet on wet technique.

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