Today is another acrylic winter painting ~
A Snowy Bridge, an acrylic painting (5×7) was painted on a gessoed prepared ampersand board, using a limited palette. This painting was great to learn how to paint with flat and liner brushes, and also get a feel for moving paint with a painters knife (used for the foreground snow). The bridge ended up being slightly more dark than how I anticipated it and not as defined, but was satisfied enough to called it a day and appreciate the lessons of this scene.
It was a great scene to experiment and learn how to paint water reflections, a bridge and a thick forest.
A reference image from John Robinson, a photographer from pmp was used for inspiration.
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