Sunday, May 29, 2011

Another View

Another View
Alaskan plein air #2
6" x 8" oil on panel on board
$100.00 + $10. s/h

For this piece I'm pretty much standing in the same spot on the stern of the boat.  I think that I painted these last two pieces between about 5:30 and 7:30.  It was a quiet first evening.  People were resting or out on the beaches exploring (no, not like warm sun-tan beaches!)


Here's a close up of an Alaskan beach: mollusky, slippery, rocky.  Maybe I shouldn't call this
 a beach, but a shoreline.
Here's another beach, way easier for walking.  I took my "ExtraTuf"  boots to get in and 
out of the skiff.

5 comments:

Kathy Cousart said...

Beautiful! Love the way you painted the last ray of light on the left side of the water.

Cathyann said...

I am loving this...these two paintings are wonderful Pam....I will be in Denver tonight! :-)
Keep painting!

Natalie Italiano said...

Beautiful it's a treat to see your images of alaska

Happy Little Trees Studio said...

Great painting and amazing photos!

Pam Holnback said...

Kathy, Thank you. Light on water is constantly moving, in this case, to the left! Just have to make sure not to chase it.

Thank you Cathyann. I'll get ahold of you. I'll keep posting my plein air pieces from the trip.

Natalie, Thank you. It's fun to share the photos as well.

Kimberly, Thanks so much.