Friday, November 30, 2007

Taylor Creek, Daily Painting by Fawn

"Taylor Creek"
8 x 10 inches
Acrylic on hardboard

Went out late this morning, and it was so hot for November! 85 degrees. But the wind was blowing and the sun light made everything easier to paint. I found a cypress tree to set up under and got two paintings done. Beautiful day.

I am working with some new colors. I also tried to make a plan and really slow down. So much more enjoyable. Things go much smoother if I don't change my mind half way through the painting!

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bj said...

It's exciting to try new colors. Which ones are you using now?

Fawn said...

I have added red oxide, prussian blue, and napples yellow for this painting. I don't plan to keep the red oxide on my pallette, except now and then. Napples is wonderful this time of year! Oh and I have put alizerine crimson back in my box! Too much fun.