At first it’s a natural to paint the obvious reality we see. Upon further exploration our creative mind is opened to other equally interesting possibilities.
Compositional adjustments can emphasize different aspects of a scene. Color usage can be explored. The focal point can change or be viewed from a different vantage point.
This is the second in a series of four paintings done on location at “Keyhole Rock” along the Southern California coast. Tune in tomorrow for another.
Thanks for looking.
“KEYHOLE ROCK No. 2”
6x6 inch original plein air
oil painting by Tom Brown
Labels: 2nd IN A SERIES BY TOM BROWN