I've added 50+ more pictures extra in these 8 posts about the Pleinair Convention!
The next day I drove to Seascape Village at 5 AM. Found a 7-Eleven for water and coffee.. didn't find a sunrise spot, drove back to the hotel and painted the marina again.
This time all high-key: I used an opposite (light) pallet compared to the first painting.
Did I mention I did not use any brush cleaner or mediums this week? I did. I just wiped off the paint. And never had a real clean brush. So you see: it's very doable. Recommended you try it!
LSP03-2017 Seascape Pleinair 'Marina Morning View Golden Light'
oil on canvas, 24 × 30 cm | 9.6″ x 11.8″ (sold) Find Seascapes for Sale:
Don't have a pic with the painting in: just after I finished I found out my phone was gone! Thanks to the one who had found it the night before!!! Got it back. So grateful. This was the day I was scheduled to do my presentation. Here below a few snapshots.
Because I got my phone back my day was already great. Yes, there was FEAR about doing my presentation/demonstration. But it went well :)
Here's what Sherrie wrote to me:
Thank YOU Sherrie and to all who mentioned it to me that you appreciated it, THANK You!!
'Color & Light - The Holy Grail in Plein Air (Landscape) Painting' After a lot of info and slides, there was a demo. Glad I could keep you all from falling asleep :)
Fun & Painting - Thanks Friends!!
I was in San Diego to do a presentation about 'Color & Light' at the Plein Air Convention. A big honour and a great opportunity to meet my online friends in person again and to paint.
I have recorded this 'Color & Light' presentation again for you and this is a small part in the full contents of PleinairMastery:
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