Paintings in Oils by Roos Schuring.
Plein air painting, Images & Videos, Enjoy!
When you create a 'project' for yourself, it's easier to go out, and be motivated to paint 'Rain or Shine', thus painting a lot and having a great time doing so.
There's no "What will I do today, will I paint something somewhere today?", because you have clear (numbered/timed?) goals.
I wanted to paint cows several weeks in a row during the first run of '50-Days-Pleinair Mastery'. All weather delivers, yes, no need to wait for 'perfect' circumstances because you'll miss out on a lot. It was a rainy day. Sometimes a grey sky can make an otherwise-skipped-over-view beautiful.
Here the greens sing because of the sky connecting to the far away, because of those values coming so close.
I think this shows also how movement is important in a painting, gained with a brush mostly I think. Knife and brush. The best combo. All parts intertwine.
Cold! Still Spring here. Even the winter coat didn't do it, frozen fingers.
But yes, persist. Pursuit. Proceed. Finish : )
I have a vlog episode about painting cows here
If you're interested in learning about how I create my Cows/Landscape Paintings, I've created an online painting course 'Painting Landscapes With Cows' ► find it here
Recently I also added an IN THE FIELD class (in Holland) for artists who want to paint the landscape + cows from life ► find this here