Monday, 20 June 2016


Expanse of land.


Across the Heath   Oils on board  10 x 13 inches   

(Available on Artfinder.com/anne-wood)


A wide part of heathland looking up towards the hedgerow on the horizon.
The end of a warm summer day.


Studio Musings...


There can be a temptation to fill the foreground of a painting with detail.
I resisted this urge and gave the impression of silky grasses glowing in the summer sun.

Gently smoothing down the oils with a soft paper towel removes detail and brush strokes.
The foreground occupies the greatest part of the painting with this high horizon line.

I am happy with the finished work...the small piece of track leads the viewer's eye into the distance with a suggestion of intrigue beyond the trees. 


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