they're all sold or in private collections now
I learned quite a bit from this challenge. As usual, I skipped around in subjects, sizes, medium, just about everything. I learned that I need to focus on one thing! I was using this challenge to explore acrylics and figured out how to
achieve the look of oils! I was also able to paint a few subjects that I had never painted before, like the waterlilies.
I'll still be using oils but am happy to have another
less expensive alternative.
Thanks for following and supporting me through this challenge!
I can't wait for next year's:)
Here's my day #2 of Leslie Saeta's 30 in 30 challenge.
I didn't get started until about 4:30 so by the time I finished
there was no light besides my inadequate lightning. Lighting is
definitely on my wish list! It's really a necessity actually.
I'll retake the photos in the morning so the photo will be clearer.
This painting was inspired by a photographer
friend of mine, Steve Phelp's photo taken in Washington State.
I cropped it a little and added a few more trees but the scene was just beautiful!
This kind of gets me excited for fall weather.
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