Paintings in Oils by Roos Schuring.
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Often you'll visit the beach to paint the sunset and you really start too early.
When the sun sets in red (and of course, it isn't red every night: you have to be lucky to see it) often you'll have another viewpoint on your easel.
So you can go over the painting you started hours ago -or - you quickly grab another canvas and you work fasttttt.
I found by doing this more often that there already needs to be a haze in the air. If you don't have 'crisp atmosphere' (crisp/weather: very clear, harsh contrasts) and the yellow sun already goes more orange: it has a great chance of turning red.
Also: when it can shine through a purple/blue bottom cloud you are really in luck. Often it will rain the day after.
Here's where farmer's eyes and painters' eyes coincide :)
75. SSU06-2023 Sunset There's The Red One
20x25 cm | 8x10" - Oils/Panel | Roos Schuring 2023
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