Saturday, October 17, 2015

Goose Island September Sunset

I'm continuously amazed at the interactions of light and water, especially light expressing itself as color through the vapor of clouds, or sliding over the convex/concave play of surface contours. Even the way frozen water refuses or ignores light, throwing back blinding white or revealing soul-chilling abysmal black.

This painting, finished and signed today, is a 22" x 29" acrylic on cold pressed watercolor stock. Reference photos were taken during a mid-September kayak excursion around Goose Island, on the Connecticut River, off Old Saybrook. 

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Thank you for taking the time to view my "gallery" of a blog. I hope you enjoyed what you saw and were able to glean a bit of inspiration from the experience.
 - Nancy Boudreau

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