Thursday, May 27, 2010
Just inside the National Bison Range southwest of Ronan, MT we began looking for what to paint. I roamed about for 45 minutes sketching and absorbing, and thought I had finally found a spot. Going back to the car to get paints I noticed this ten feet from my bumper and stayed right there. Like they say, 'When you know, you gotta go.'
Blocked-in with a purple color it was fairly easy.....until I got to the mass of flowers and reeds in the sunlit area. The trick was to state it simply with just enough 'stuff' to make the illusion. Painterly but with some detail. Perhaps it worked...
Posted by Darrell Anderson at Thursday, May 27, 2010
Labels: montana, oil painting, plein air
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love the color scheme and compositionReplyDelete