Afternoon Light


A little water moment beside this spring trail we took the other day. The early spring afternoon light is still low enough to really make for sweet romantic scenes. Just give me some falling water, a bit of sunlight and I’ll get a painting together to remember it by. It’s the way the spray illuminates like this that I just love to figure out, and the color shifts on the water at the fall’s lip and lower ripples. They show blue sky reflection on the ripple’s top, reflection of the sunlight on the trailing edge, forest darkness on forward side. Figuring all this out is constant painterly fun for me. It’s not looking at something, but actually ‘seeing’ it.


This ORIGINAL painting is acrylic on board, 6″ x 9″ and $145 framed. Outside edge of the frame is about 12″ x 15″.
This custom frame has a triple liner and glass. Shipping adds just a bit more depending on your zone. This is the original painting, NOT a print.
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