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Continuing on my tropical journey to the Florida Keys. Today's post is my impressions of the sea off the coast of southern Florida.
It is hard to find more fun (in the studio), than to dig into a big pile of paint, with your knife, and just go to town. Adding and subtracting values and hues........puts me in the zone every time.
As much as I love creating all this yummy texture, I can only do it for a few days, before I start to crave a little structure and strong composition. Each day I work on this coral reef series, I get a little less abstract and and little more impressionist.