Today’s snow painting took many twists and turns – what started as an empty snow field with footsteps and three birch trees, soon became something totally different. The painting started to take over, so I stepped back and let it tell me where to go.
Snowy Creek, an oil pastel (7×5), was painted on light cream Mi-Teintes pastel paper using Senneliers, Holbeins and Neopastel OPs. My interest in painting this scene was to capture the warm colors of sunlight. The painting was my first for warm snow colors this year, it was a good warm up session and helped tremendously to get me started.
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