Evening Clouds & Queen Anne's Lace

Sunday, January 12, 2014

'Tonquin Light'


Though it can be said that each geographic
area has its own special light,
none more so than here on the coast.
Attempting to capture the light with
a rapidly advancing weather system bearing 
down on your location is always challenging.
Often we are forced to "play"
a little with reality.
Using both a small plein air piece
and photo's taken while painting it I
"played" with this piece
within the confines of the studio
and reality.
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'Tonquin Light'
Oil on canvas 24 x 30
Your thoughts & comments are always appreciated.
Jeffrey








2 comments:

Bruce Sherman said...

Good evening Jeffrey!... "Play" evokes a sense of joy... and the absence of any feeling of "work."

"Play" is a liberating force that works outside of constricting rules and and boundaries... as you have well demonstrated in this magnificent... light-filled... unique West Coastal seascape.

What else can one say... except Bravo!... and thank you for sharing your "Light".

Good Painting and Play!
Warmest rewgards,
Bruce

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Thanks Bruce...play on!

Jeffrey