Thursday, February 14, 2008

7 Comments:

Blogger silvina said...

So nice. Reminds me of Catalina island, off the coast of California. I like the brilliant light with that sliver of dark land mass cutting in. The rocks are looking great!

2/14/2008  
Blogger Ambera said...

As it stands right now it's a pretty amazing painting. Theres a beautiful circular pattern in your rocks at the shoreline, and I'm a sucker for a nice gleam on the water. It's at a great stage right now, not too overworked. Don't change a thing!

2/14/2008  
Blogger David Lobenberg said...

Love the high key reflection in the water amongst the rocks, and the greens, blues, and browns in the rocks are beautiful. Very striking. I go plein air tomorrow to paint a bird sanctuary wetland area. I too will be painting into the sun as it will be early morn. Hope I'm am as successful as you were with this.

2/14/2008  
Blogger David Lobenberg said...

I want to add that It hink your painting is done except for maybe tweaking the boats.

2/14/2008  
Blogger Marilyn Webberley said...

I truly enjoy your site. Your work feels so fresh, I can feel the cool air of winter in these paintings. Delightful!

2/15/2008  
Blogger perez.art said...

Cooper, Hi
In my opinion the painting is quite worked except the three boats on the right side, these seem to be a little in the air, you need to work more on them,also the water line at the foot of the hill you have to straighten, the rest of the work is sensational and expresses very well the atmosphere. It is my friendly opinion, as you asking for.
Alex

2/15/2008  
Blogger Frank Gardner said...

It looks pretty close to done to me. I agree with Alex on the boats. I think they could use a little work to set them down in the water a bit.
You have a great light going.

2/15/2008  

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