Twin Falls is ready. It was a learning experience. I like the final painting so well, I was considering not selling it. There is so much movement, it is so different from my usual static art. It looks wonderful from far away and who doesn't like to look at a waterfall in the Texas heat?
|Twin Falls, 16x20", oil on canvas board|
After some much needed rain, I am writing to you about my latest Canigou paintings. I decided I needed to consult my old watercolor sketches, in order to get closer to the real Canigou. After several of these more realistic paintings, I am going to paint one more just from memory.
I realize I never explained in my blog how my Canigou series works. People prepay me to paint them a Canigou palette knife painting. September is, probably, the last month of my Canigou paintings this year. I enjoy how different they are...
|Amanda's Canigou, 9x12", oil on Raymar panel|
|Peach Orchard Canigou, 9x12", oil on Raymar panel|
I am so happy with the way Hope's portrait was framed that I decided to include it in here.