Today’s painting is one that was worked over an unsuccessful first try, I repurposed the paper. The scene is a close-up of a marsh I encountered on a trip from Little Compton through Adamsville to Westport MA. What a pretty drive. The palette turned out to be very cool, which is unusual for me but it was worked with immediate strokes and with intuition. Sometimes that is what happens when you paint every day, you really begin to connect very personally with all the pastel colors at your disposal.
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