Hoffman Marsh Bridge

The marsh itself seemed too flat and featureless, so Marilyn and I painted the bridge and watched the tide come in and the geese go out. I didn't get the shadow under the bridge the way I wanted, tried to fix it at home. There was no shade and I got a little sun burn on my hand. The light under and through the bridge and the water were what I was trying to get. Also, I was trying not to overwork areas and get the transparency of the paint to show. Tried mixing the colors on the paper some.

1 comment:

  1. A lot of vibrancy in the color in this one. A real feeling of illumination.