Time for a new personal challenge. This time the challenge will consist of 15 paintings of different size rocks or boulders in a variety of settings.
Rocks/boulders were chosen because I wanted to work on size, forms, textures and colors. Rocks can be a difficult subject to paint and because I’ll be working on a number of seascapes containing rocks/boulders I thought it would be a good idea to study the subjects before I get started.
First up are boulders in a seascape setting. This oil pastel challenge study is called “Shoreline Boulders.” Water is not the priority in this study, it’s the straight line boulders with some areas scruffy and a couple of large recessed areas that has water slapping and spraying up. The size is 5.25″ x 4.5″.
Here is #1, Shoreline Boulders with three close-up shots. Thanks for looking.
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