I realize that each painting I’ve done has a different feel to them. It also seems that while I try to pick a scene that’s simple so my work will be less, in reality EVERYTHING has detail. Never thought I’d spent HOURS on clouds. The challenge of painting continues to be fun, so I’ll keep on keeping on. Here’s painting number three, the last one from my classes. Actually, I only began it during my last class so have replied on my husband’s critiquing to help me make decisions during the way.
As always, I’m more than ready to hear your opinions.
This was an act of patience and luck! It is unmanipulated. A new favorite of mine.
The Pelicans are waiting patiently for a fisherman to drop some bait. They are young, thus their brownish colors. These were sitting on the rail of Anglin’s Pier in Lauderdale by the Sea, allowing me to capture some images. They are amazing creatures to observe. I was able to get close enough to capture the details in the feather patterns.
A change of pace from pretty nature images today. These images were captured at Lauderdale by the Sea’s Anglin Pier in Florida this winter. I visit the pier for the view and the pelicans (I’ll share images of them soon). The primary use of the pier however is by serious anglers (of all ages!).