Sunday, 12 February 2017


September.


Lincolnshire River   Oils on gessoed 140lb paper  8 x 6 inches  £ 70  $ 90

A jumble of colour and texture in this study.

(Available from DailyPaintworks.com
or by email in UK)

Studio Musings...

Heavy watercolour paper is a useful surface for oil painting.
It was primed with three coats of acrylic gesso.
This helps to preserve the paper from damage by the oils. 

I like the dimpled surface which holds on to the paint giving a textural look.

The finished work is varnished which makes it suitable for framing
without glass.  A piece of hardboard is cut to size for support behind the paper.

Another Lincolnshire view...


Headland Sentries  Oils on canvas board  5 x 7 inches  £ 50

Beech trees stand proudly on the ridge.

(Available from Artfinder.com)


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