Ogden Point, oil on canvas panel, 6x8'
Vincent Van Gogh Irises, Acrylic 15 3/4 x 10 3/4
I painted these today in the rain at Playfair park here in Victoria. Usually I don't paint such a large painting but I bought a gorgeous odd size frame from a yard sale and I was dying to fill it.
Someone called these Irises Vincent Van Gogh Irises and I think it suits them.
Lots of motion in this painting.
Here's the painting in the frame.
Victoria Inner Harbour Scene, acrylic on canvas 8x8"
James Bay Cafe and Books, oil on canvas panel, 6x8"
I used only 3 primary colors plus white on a sienna ground. My favorite subject is groups of figures.
Victoria Harbour Paintings
The Harbour is a great place for people watching.
Undersea Gardens, acrylic 8x8
The Demonstration, acrylic 8x8
Holland Point View, Oil on panel, 6x8
Holland Point Again. Today I decided to try an exercise using only white and three colors: cad red middle, cad yellow middle, and ultra marine blue.
I think the water should be greener and the distant land more purple or gray.
I like the warmth of the foreground.
Ogden-Point acrylic on canvas 5x7
Island View Beach, oil on canvas, 8x10
Painting at Bryson Property
Spring Day Ogden Point
It was very hot today and everybody was out. Lots of sail boats in the water. I found it difficult as everything was sun washed and blinding. I will try an umbrella next time. Acrylic 8X10
I also did this 8X10 watercolor driftwood study today.
I did this driftwood painting the other day. 8x8 acrylic the other day.
Government House Plein Air
Holland Point Scene, acrylic on canvas, 8x10
Place of Whales, oil on canvas 8x8
wind-tree 8x8, acrylic
I love the way trees look with back lighting.
Wicker Chair, acrylic on canvas, 6x8in
Look what the tide brought in. A nice cane chair. Too heavy to carry home but everyone who passed by sat in in and lifted it but decided it was too heavy to tote away. Even a crow perched on it for a while.
It was cold and windy and the water was all colors. lots of green.
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