Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Ginty Creek....gouache 6"x 9"















On route home this later afternoon from
Rhinelander, Wisconsin, decided to give
the gouache a run in the colder weather, see
what I might learn.  Added a drop of glycerin
to each bit of pigment I put out on my palette,
and alcohol to the water cup.

Painted a reddish value varied undertone to
keep the painting warm, and tweak out the
complementary contrasts...

4 comments:

Teri C said...

Well, you have answered that question quite beautifully!! I really love this one.

Tim Jones said...

I think it worked. Dang... Love the sky, the shadows, the glare on the snow, the trees and the cattails. It's always an inspiration to see what you have been working on. I know I couldn't do 10% of this but I think I might have to get your landscape painting book.

Larry Seiler said...

thanks Teri... 8^)

Thanks Tim...btw...nice fish there!!! One of my life long passions...

假日的 said...

haha~ funny! thank you for your share~ ........................................