Tuesday, January 18, 2011
I went out to South Beach Jetty today, these are some of the sea grape trees there. It started out very hazy and foggy and then turned into a nice day. The morning was very interesting even with the fog, the light was shining through and everything was glowing. This is from life, I was there from around 9 am till 1 o'clock. The painting is 8 x 10 inches, oil on masonite. It has some very nice textures. $250.
Posted by Lori McNamara at 9:50 PM
Friday, January 7, 2011
SOLD This is a plein air I did at Sexton's ranch in Vero Beach. Its a nice ranch with interesting cattle, I walked around a whole bunch to see as much as I could and decide where to paint. So I was tired when I finally started, I am not happy with the saw grass and other foliage. The plan is when it dries to put some transparent oil glazes on, this should make the painting warmer and bring out the colors I want in the grasses.
Posted by Lori McNamara at 1:18 PM
Thursday, January 6, 2011
I have always enjoyed looking at the interesting trunks of sea grapes, I love the strange way they grow and the interesting colors in them. The painting is plein air or painted from life, its 5 x 7 oil on masonite. $100.
Posted by Lori McNamara at 8:46 PM
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
This was a fun one, it flowed together for me. Its another one I did at the Jetty Park on South Beach. Its oil on masonite, 5 x 7 inches. $100.
Posted by Lori McNamara at 9:46 PM
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
First plein air of 2011! I haven't painted at the South Jetty before, been there a bunch fishing though. It was nice out, cloudy and the ocean was as smooth as glass. The pelicans are waiting for the fishermen to come and clean their fish so they can get some scraps. The painting is oil, 8 x 10 inches on plywood. $200.
Posted by Lori McNamara at 7:31 PM