I’m continuing to work on the original oil landscape painting of a pretty porch overlooking the ocean. There are still many areas that I will be working on. The wicker chairs and all the detail will probably be the most time consuming. The rest of the architectural details need to be finished too. My goal of painting with a limited palette has kept the colors in this detailed painting to a minimum and I like that. Having too few colors is better than too many colors in a painting. As I work I introduce a new color only if it is absolutely necessary. My limited palette colors are french ultramarine, venetian red, yellow ochre and white. The flowers will probably need a brighter green with colorful blossoms so I will need to add a few colors for them. I have used a cadmium yellow light for some of the greens already. Check back to see how this pretty porch oil painting looks as I get closer to completing this landscape.
Old VW Bus Camper At the Beach
December 18, 2022
Seascape Painting – Second Step Is a Color Sketch
August 1, 2009
Painting the Detail on Watch Hill Merry Go Round Oil Painting on Canvas
February 25, 2011
Island Retreat Painting
July 5, 2017
Signup to my website
Get free art painting tips and studio techniques along with new paintings from the artist delivered directly to your inbox.
You have Successfully Subscribed!
No charge, unsubscribe anytime
Recent Customer Reviews
Have now purchased 3 paintings and they are all outstanding!! All around A++
Absolutely love this painting! Looks even better than in the picture!
I Have the Pair. TY. I LOVE THEM. YOU CATCH THE SANDPIPERS REALLY. TY.
Beautiful piece! Arrived in great condition. Well packaged. Thanks.
Thank you, I think the painting is beautiful and I will give it a great home.
- Birds (26)
- Flowers (29)
- Handpainted Cottage Furniture (47)
- Landscapes (55)
- Marine Art (11)
- Painting Lessons (80)
- Paintings (124)
- Seascapes (99)
- Still Life (12)
- Video (12)
- Watercolor (20)