Artists are known to employ artistic license in creating art. We’ll take out elements from a scene that doesn’t appeal to the eyes, or move them around, little nudges here and there to create a good composition. When I painted this beach scene in February, I didn’t paint the many people who were there that day. It was a busy beach day as usual. In fact, there was a man and a woman sitting on this bench. I sketched them into the canvas in the beginning. But the painting developed in a way that it felt better without them. Little did I know that just a few weeks later, this would be the actual scene at the beach due to the beach closures and stay at home orders that resulted from the covid-19 pandemic.
This original oil painting is made with professional quality oil paints on museum series flat panel gessoboard.
Available Unframed or Framed. If you would like to learn more about framing for original paintings, click here.
Unframed painting: 12" x 12" (approx 30x30 cm)
Plein aire frame: 17” x 17" (approx 43x43 cm)
Floater frame: 14.2” x 14.2” (approx 36x36 cm)
"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." ~ Romans 15:13